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The finance industry sells sustainability to itself

Dan Brunskill
Thu, 29 Jul 2021

The finance industry sells sustainability to itself
The Centre for Sustainable Finance is on a mission to help its funders implement sustainability into their business models. (Image: Supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Thu, 29 Jul 2021
New Zealand’s banking and finance sector has launched Toitū Tahua, the Centre for Sustainable Finance, to promote the creation of a sustainable financial system. The centre is an initiative of The Aotearoa Circle, which pitches itself as “a unique partnership of public and private sector leaders committed to restoring New Zealand’s natural capital”. Its main task is to implement the Sustainable Finance Forum’s (SFF) 2030 roadmap, which aims to move from a financial system focused on shareholders to one fo...

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