S&P Global Rating’s Michael Wilkins discusses how the public and private sectors are responding to climate change

August 01, 2018

In light of the UN’s High-level political forum on sustainable developmentICC United Kingdom Secretary General Chris Southworth, talks to Michael Wilkins, Head of Sustainable Finance, S&P Global Ratings, regarding how the public and private sectors are enabling sustainable finance, the UN's sustainable development goals (SDGs) and resilient societies.

Discussion topics:

  • How leading businesses are responding to the challenge of sustainable development
  • The challenges to enabling sustainable finance in both the private and public sectors
  • How cities and policymakers can enable the UN's SDGs

Audience: International and domestic policy makers, corporates and SMEs

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