Archive How can financial services contribute to building climate resilience?

  • By Catherine Simonet, Virginie Fayolle
  • 27/10/2015
27 October 2015 (13:00 London/ GMT) Join us for an online discussion, to explore how financial services can promote climate resilience. We are currently working on a new BRACED research project to understand the role financial services can play in building climate resilience, focusing on the situation in Ethiopia, Mali and Myanmar. We are seeking to engage with financial services providers and professionals in these countries and would love to hear your experiences and views on how financial services can help build climate resilience, and some of the barriers and enabling factors associated with growth of this sector. We look forward to seeing you online!

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