With world leaders and the UN Secretary-General António Guterres declaring climate change as the biggest challenge of the century at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, the forum was a critical look at how we can channel our capital markets to projects that will deliver the outcomes we need.
The event was held in the run-up to the Third Forum of Ministers & Environment Authorities of Asia Pacific held by UN Environment and the Singapore government, which saw 38 ministers from the region come together to discuss innovative solutions for environmental challenges, and sustainable consumption and production. Here's what happened.
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