TtU’s latest thinking and interviews on the Climate Emergency
Kerry on climate: leaders need greater urgency
John Kerry is US President Biden’s Special Envoy on Climate. He uses every opportunity to hammer home in person his message to leaders. They are doing more to ensure the relentless rise in temperatures is capped. But it is nothing like what is needed. Addressing climate change even more radically is doable. It must now be part of every business and political decision.
Citi: Why achieving Net Zero will be ‘hard... really hard’
Citi is having tough conversations with clients. There must be new pragmatism and partnerships. Jane Fraser has been CEO since March. Here she outlines the huge challenges facing one of the world’s biggest banks to help achieve Net Zero.
HSBC: Big profits boost from fragility and thinking climate
How has giant global bank HSBC increased profits by 80% in the face of acute economic stress created by COVID-19. And how will it ensure profitability as it prepares for the next, fast approaching existential crisis – the Climate Emergency? CEO Noel Quinn explains.