Episode 6 – Gillian Karran-Cumberlege

Episode 6 – Gillian Karran-Cumberlege

#06 Are today’s boards fit to lead the transition to net zero? Since 2015, climate change has gone from being a niche technical subject to a must-have competence for company boards. What are boards doing to ensure that they have that competence is the focus of...
Episode 5 – Thierry Philipponnat

Episode 5 – Thierry Philipponnat

#05 Regulators have the magic wand to green the banking sector. Why won’t they wave it? What role should regulators play in safeguarding the financial system from climate-related disruption? Thierry Philipponnat, Head of Research and Advocacy at Finance Watch in...
Episode 4 – Wolfgang Kuhn

Episode 4 – Wolfgang Kuhn

#04 Is the AGM a new staging ground for climate activism? Wolfgang Kuhn is the Director of Financial Sector Strategies at ShareAction, a London-based NGO. Back in May, ShareAction coordinated the first ever climate resolution at a European bank, asking Barclays to a...
Episode 3 – Daniel Klier

Episode 3 – Daniel Klier

#03 Daniel Klier on why COVID-19 may be a breakthrough moment for green finance, and how we can unleash a revolution in greening personal finance. Daniel Klier is Global Head of Sustainable Finance at HSBC. Prior to joining the bank in 2013, he was a Partner at...
Episode 2 – Mark Lewis

Episode 2 – Mark Lewis

#02 Carbon markets and the theory of change, plus the calamity of Hamlet’s indecision Mark Lewis is a world-leading expert on energy and environmental markets, and was one of the world’s first carbon market analysts. What’s less known about Mark is his...
Episode 1 – Sony Kapoor

Episode 1 – Sony Kapoor

#01 Sony Kapoor on Norway’s Oil Fund and the epic battle for a fossil-free future Sony Kapoor is the Managing Director of the Nordic Institute for Finance, Technology and Sustainability. He has spent a career working at the intersection of policy and finance, and has...