Returning for its 7th edition in September, Climate Action’s Sustainable Investment Forum North America 2021, in official partnership with UNEP Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), will an in-person event.
The forum will welcome asset owners and managers, banks, development institutions, policymakers, think tanks and NGOs looking to drive meaningful change in sustainable finance during virtual Climate Week NYC.As the world reacts to the new world order in the midst of COVID-19, green finance and sustainable ESG practices have a pivotal role to play in global financial markets.
The Forum will be THE meeting place for the sustainable finance community during Climate Week New York.
Climate Action Boardrooms hosted by industry leaders to drive greater industry momentum
UNEP-FI focused content
More than 2,000+ asset owners, private financiers and solution providers
Expanded coverage across North America and beyond
Building industry momentum through live and on-demand digital content.
Climate Action is committed to enabling debate, encouraging dialogue and collaboration in North America to build resilient sustainable financial systems. Climate Action presents: the Sustainable Investment Forum North America 2022 edition as an in-person event. Important conversations around responsible investment will continue with full market engagement, building momentum in these unprecedented times.
In partnership with UNEP FI, Climate Action, presents the Sustainable Investment Forum as an in-person in 2021.
“The people who are attending the Forum are a wide range of both asset owners and asset managers – and when we’re looking to move the agenda forward in terms of further and more extensive sustainable investment on a global basis, these are the people who are the decision-makers.”
Andrew Steel, Managing Director, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, Fitch Ratings
“We’ve been coming to [the Sustainable Investment Forum North America] for multiple years now. We think that within the North American market it’s one of the best, if not the best, bringing together of the minds, both from the asset owner and asset management perspective, but then also data rating agencies, regulators, and many of the city and state governments as well. So the ability to bring the investment ecosystem together is invaluable.”
Todd Arthur Bridges, Head of ESG Research, State Street Global Advisors
“An enjoyable well organized discussion”
Elliott Harris, UN Assistant Secretary-General, Chief Economist, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA)