The global issue on climate change has enormously disrupted the way businesses across various industries perform.
The Paris Agreement is a global response by governments, corporations, financial institutions, regulators, NGOs and even investors and various other stakeholders, to address the imminent threat of climate change. Together, each stakeholder commits to deliver on actions that would hold the increase in global temperatures, promote resilience and low greenhouse gas emissions, and make finance flows consistent to a path to climate resilient development.
The Philippines, being one of the signatories, have undertaken a number of institutional and positive changes. Climate change has translated to more powerful typhoons, unpredictable weather patterns and massive devastation across many parts of the country.
This online program introduces you to the impact of climate change across various business sectors in the Philippines, and how sustainable finance principles and frameworks are changing the way the financial/banking industry, corporate sector and government regulators are collaborating to contribute to this important undertaking.
Senior managers looking to have a basic understanding of the Philippines’ efforts towards climate risk mitigation and ESG, particularly on the financial sector
Finance professionals from banking and corporations wanting to understand how sustainable finance products can be used as a tool to raise capital
Members of the public sector that find sustainable finance relevant to assist in future legislation / regulation of the industry they are supporting or covering