#02, September 2019
How to finance the socio-ecological transition in different ways?
The 2008 crisis highlighted the ways in which the financial system has failed and how disconnected it is from reality. Yet, the challenges facing the global community are very real. They imply that we mobilize our resources (human, energy, environmental, economic) appropriately, and in ways that respect their ability to renew themselves. Boldness is required. A new model can only emerge if we shake up the foundations of the old one. Without bearing witness to all the emerging trends of thought, this issue of Raccords does nevertheless testify to the mobilization of key actors who are working on the task of renewing our financial system, without regard to outdated divisions between the private, public and civic sectors.
Around the world, financial innovation labs such as SecondMuse are working to build resilient future economies able to give back to the people and the planet. Read more
Four questions for Marcos Eguiguren, Executive Director of Global Alliance for Banking on Values. Read more
The democratization of products, the priority given to long-term projects, the transparency of governance systems and the accessibility of data are the main objectives to be set on our roadmap. Read more
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