Sustainability in 2024: From net zero to a more holistic approach
2024 will be an extraordinary year politically, with more than 60 countries going to the polls – this will likely affect the course of sustainable finance, including potential polarisation around key ESG issues and climate policies Irrespective of the political context, the transition must still be the key focus, echoing COP28 in its call to support the shifting of the whole ecosystem Ecosystem vulnerability and biodiversity losses are set to rise up investors’ agendas, more specifically water stress, waste and pollution while the food sector will see increased scrutiny
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