Sustainable Investing

Net zero is a pipe dream without total inclusion (as published on Bloomberg)

To really save the planet, we must help emerging markets go green. That means robust carbon markets, debt-for-climate deals and financing options to speed the transition.

Aug 9, 2021

5 minutes

Hendrik du Toit
To really save the planet, we must help emerging markets go green. That means robust carbon markets, debt-for-climate deals and financing options to speed the transition.
There is an incontrovertible and sobering fact about the drive to net zero. Any effort that doesn’t work for the whole world will fail everywhere. A path that favors developed markets at the expense of others will lead to a partial net zero, which is no net zero at all.

The full version of the article published by Bloomberg is available as a PDF e-print in the link below.

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Hendrik du Toit
CEO

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