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he Inquiry's research is reflected in what is now over fifty research papers, and has developed three key messages: Financing for sustainable development can be delivered through action within the financial system Policy innovation from developing and developed countries demonstrate how the financial system can be better aligned with sustainable development Systematic national action can now be taken to shape a sustainable financial system, complemented by international cooperation
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Country by country, financial systems can be designed to fix for inequality and climate change among other challenges currently being ignored, and much is already starting to happen on the ground and in high level conversations. See the Inquiry's reports for more information. Inequality issues are arguably also now leading to the rise of alternative political candidates such as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the US, as well as Jeremy Corbyn in the UK, so there are many implications not just for investing. 4. Financial system redesign strategies could also catch you by surprise, such as the implementation of a global price on carbon, increasingly seen as necessary to level the playing field on fossil fuel based energy production and consumption, by far the largest cause of climate change. Even the Bank of England's Mark Carney, previously heralded for his work strengthening the Canadian economy, has become a voice of reason on future financial Climate Risk in this much watch short video. ( - 3025499 ) - essay.php (intro) (conc)
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