Sustainability in Fintech for Beginners
Understand the impact that finance has on the environment and how to act upon it
Free until Monday 18th July 2022
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About the course
How can finance and technology work together to help the environment? Banks currently produce 700 times more emissions from loans than office. The current situation must change, and technology can help. So how exactly does it work?
To answer this question, Marianne Haahr will guide you on the different ways financial institutions can help the environment, and the role of Fintech in this mission. Marianne has an extensive experience in this domain strongly believes that Fintech can be used to meet the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Her goal is to reduce the carbon impact that the financial sector has on the environment through innovation and providing knowledge.
During this course, you will understand the importance of developing more sustainable solutions in the financial industry and how Fintech can help achieve that. You will also learn about the actions that are already in place and some of the big opportunities lying ahead.
Learn about Sustainability in Fintech with Marianne Haahr!
... and understand the role it'll play in the future
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The expert you’ll be learning from
Nature-related finance lead at Global Canopy and at the Secretariat of the Task Force for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)
Marianne Haahr is Nature-related finance lead at Global Canopy and at the Secretariat of the Task Force for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD).
She has experience as the External Advisor on TechVelopment to the Danish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Executive Leader at Sustainia, where she led the development of the Global Opportunity Explorer. She also has taken part in many biodiversity initiatives for finance, including a core offering of data supply maps for asset managers and asset owners to lower their data search costs.
She is also the leader of the project that aims to design a set of ocean risk metrics for finance. And is currently developing knowledge pieces to an INSPIRE sustainable finance handbook for central banks.