This week's run time is 36:45.
WEEK IN REVIEW (3:00)
- BlackRock on the power of public-private finance
- Why sustainable cities are hitting a wall
- Sorry, carbon offsets still aren't settled
Corporations and ecocide (14:40)
Julia Jackson, founder of the climate philanthropy Grounded, and Jojo Mehta, co-founder and executive director of Stop Ecocide International, discuss why failure to include women, youth and Indigenous communities in the COP26 dialogue matters — and why criminalizing ecocide, the deliberate or negligent destruction of nature by humans, could rewrite ESG priorities.
Get ready for the net zero reckoning (26:00)
Rich Mattison, president of Sustainable1 with S&P Global, reflects on how near-term scrutiny of long-term climate plans will reshape corporate ESG reporting as we gaze ahead into 2022.
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "And So Then," "New Day," "Thought Bubbles," "Tech Toys" and "Southside"