This event is the first of three in the climate investing series, jointly organised by Climate Bonds Initiative and CFA UK
Over 20 jurisdictions around the world have developed or are developing green or sustainable finance taxonomies - regulatory guidance on what constitutes a green/sustainable investment. This includes the EU, UK, China and others.
The intention of this wave of taxonomies is to reduce greenwash in the market and provide credibility around what is called green, all leading to facilitating the flow of capital to investment aligned with the Paris agreement. The opportunity is huge but the reality is challenging – politics is complicated and definitions and approaches are not always aligned.
This session will discuss some of the recent developments on taxonomies, the implications of these and the challenges/opportunities ahead for the use of taxonomies as a tool to meet the Paris agreement and other environmental goals.Where recordings are made, these are a member benefit that are accessed through the member-only platform, CFA UK Discover.
Event: 13:00 - 13:40
CPD Points: 0.75
Bridget Boulle, Head of Taxonomies, Climate Bonds Initiative
Bridget Boulle is the Head of Taxonomies where she oversees all work relating to green and sustainable finance taxonomies around the world. Projects have included the common ground taxonomy through the international platform on sustainable finance as well as ASEAN, Chile and other taxonomy development processes.
Bridget has been at the Climate Bonds Initiative since 2012 as Head of Market Intelligence where she spearheaded the green bond database and key research publications such as the state of the market report series, Head of Asia Pacific and the Content and Production Manager where she oversaw the publication of key Climate Bonds publications across different teams.
Bridget has been working in sustainable finance for 13 years including in Sydney, London and Cape Town. She is based in Sydney, Australia.Click here to view our event terms and conditions.