ESG Matters @ Ashurst

ESG Matters @ Ashurst episode 4

Eugene Wong, CEO at the Sustainable Finance Institute Asia, discusses climate action from a macro and micro perspective. Along the way, he shares some astute ESG observations for policymakers, business leaders, investors and citizens.

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Eugene Wong, CEO at the Sustainable Finance Institute Asia, discusses climate action from a macro and micro perspective. Along the way, he shares some astute ESG observations for policymakers, business leaders, investors and citizens.

“There is a need to connect the financial sector and the real economy in a mutually reinforcing manner to promote sustainability,” says Eugene, who also adds: “Everyone needs to start their net zero journey today, because tomorrow is simply too late.”

The wide-ranging conversation explores grassroots climate activism, reveals how the legal system is holding governments to account, and looks at strategies for ASEAN nations to steer towards net zero targets. (Eugene also explains why it’s significant that his mother is talking about climate change!)

This is the fourth episode in our 30 For Net Zero 30 series. In each episode, Ashurst partner Anna-Marie Slot speaks with climate action champions across the globe about real steps to take now towards 2030 goals.

Speakers

Anna-Marie Slot
Partner, High Yield Debt
 
+44 20 7859 3724
Guest Speaker - Eugene Wong
CEO, Sustainable Finance Institute Asia
 

The information provided is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all developments in the law and practice, or to cover all aspects of those referred to. Listeners should take legal advice before applying it to specific issues or transactions.

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