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I4CE recommends the UNEP Inquiry final report “The financial system we need”

9 October 2015 - Foreword of the week

The UNEP Inquiry has explored how changes in financial system design can bring the environment more effectively into financial decision-making.

The Inquiry key findings are:

  • Financing for sustainable development can be delivered through action within the financial system, as well as in the real economy
  • Policy innovation from developing and developed countries demonstrate how the financial system can be better aligned with sustainable development
  • Systematic national action can now be taken to shape a sustainable financial system, complemented by international cooperation

Read The Financial System We Need: http://web.unep.org/inquiry/publications
Download the Policy Summary: http://web.unep.org/inquiry/publications
Connect to Inquiry Live, with over 50 research pieces on line, as well as a portal for member countries to continue to share their work on the topic: www.unepinquiry.org

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