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January 21, 2020 | Goal 17 Partners

Testing Sustainability Standards

How can investors assess sustainability using accounting standards when considering infrastructure investments? A panel of experts explored the opportunities and challenges of international standards to measure the sustainability of the rapidly growing investment class at the Goal 17 Partners space...

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January 21, 2020 | Goal 17 Partners

A New Deal for Nature

Business for Nature launched its high-level policy recommendations to governments on Tuesday, urging policy makers to take ambitious decisions to drive global systemic and transformative change. Calling 2020 a “Super Year,” the partnership of business leaders and conservation advocates said...

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January 20, 2020 | Goal 17 Partners

“When We Act Together Change Happens”

Goal 17 Partners welcomed this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting attendees declaring that “the view from the top should be more than the bottom line” as it kicked off a week of thought leadership and business action to support...

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April 22, 2019 | Goal 17 Partners

Financing Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure

At the Natural Capital Symposium, Goal 17 partners World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Guggenheim Partners explored how to finance more resilient and sustainable infrastructure projects across the world. The challenge – and the opportunity – is enormous. As Ryan Bartlett...

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The Quest For An Economy That Serves The Soul As Well As The Wallet-image

January 23, 2019 | Goal 17 Partners

The Quest For An Economy That Serves The Soul As Well As The Wallet

Economic models rarely include a lengthy consideration of moral values. But this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos experienced at least one session that involved more soul-searching than profit maximization. At an intimate roundtable, Cardinal Peter Turkson, Prefect of the...

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