One of the themes intertwined across our Forum Stage content this year was purpose-led business,

One of the themes intertwined across our Forum Stage content this year was purpose-led business, which welcomed a diverse line-up of innovators, disruptors and corporate leaders sharING insights on how business can take a lead on environmental change, including green investor and entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden.

We’ve hand-picked some of our highlight sessions from the purpose-led business discussions below.

Deborah Meaden – Investing in Nature’s Regeneration

Deborah Meaden discusses the role business can play in restoring our natural world, as we ask whether business is indeed best placed to resolve the tragedy of the commons.

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Financing the UK’s Green Transition – Green Finance Institute, Triodos, Cazenove Capital

Net zero is a huge opportunity for the UK economy, and regardless of changes to policy, major shifts are needed in the way we live, work and invest. This session brought together UK business leaders to ask how we accelerate the UK’s green transition and secure the county’s position in the global green economy, which sectors already offer strong ROI, and how we can support UK businesses and society to adopt and deploy clean solutions and green growth strategies.

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Tony Burdon – How Do I Make My Money Matter?

Tony Burdon, CEO of Make My Money Matter discusses how millions of us are missing out on the most powerful tool at our disposal. The way we bank, invest, save and spend matters. This session outlines the simple steps you can take to channel greater funds toward projects and companies making genuine impact.

The Challenge and Opportunity of Climate Change – James Close, NatWest Group and Mike Barber, Deloitte

Transition plans are a means of turning climate ambition into action and will become an essential part of accessing capital to support business growth and reaching net zero. NatWest published its initial Climate Transition Plan this February and it is now an essential part of its strategy and business planning. The experience of developing the transition plan has provided powerful insights into growth opportunities and key lessons on building ownership and capability and accessing and interpreting data.

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