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The standing of climate change is becoming a threat, and the most vulnerable communities are paying the highest price for it. Climate change cannot be looked at from an environmental perspective only, however the umbrella should cover social and governance elements to ensure a just transition to Net-Zero. A fair and inclusive approach to climate justice must involve follow through on intergovernmental finance and investment commitments to fund adaptation and development in line with the SDGs, boosting and scaling the innovation that impact-driven startups are bringing forward to tackle climate justice. Listen to the full discussion on the 3rd discussion under the C3 UN SDGs Panel Series to hear valuable insights from Cecilia Carlswärd - Violet Hill & Co, Dominique El Azzi - HSBC, John Haining - NETZERO a Carnrite Company and Katarina Uherova Hasbani - AESG.
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About the C3 UN SDGs Panel Series:
The series brought together experts and representatives from the Alumni on the C3 Impact Accelerator - powered by HSBC, to discuss and debate the role of business in engaging with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals over four facilitated panel events.
The discussions were centered around three main themes: 1) the role of business in engaging with the SDGs. 2) how businesses can maximise their impact, and 3) the key enablers and barriers for business in delivering upon the SDGs.