In my sixth article, and seizing the chance we are celebrating that we are halfway through the year, I believe it is a good moment for self-reflection: as a finance professional, how important is having a better understanding about the sustainability world?
This is my fifth article of the series “The Green CFO” and so far, I must say I am pleased for the response of the readers. Yet, I still perceive some skepticism among some of my finance colleagues. As I titled this article, a green CFO is above all a CFO.
Recent years have shown the need for business organizations to master mechanisms that allow anticipation and adaptation to an increasingly interconnected reality. Globalization, Volatility, Digitalization at Speed, ESG goals
Climate tech can be defined as technologies that are explicitly focused on reducing GHG emissions, or addressing the impacts of global warming. In the last times, the level of climate tech start-ups has been increasing not only in number of deals but also in deal size, as you can see in the below charts.
In the previous article, we reviewed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in order to get familiar with them while connecting the targets with the ESG framework.
As a finance professional who wants to become a Green CFO your journey will surely evolve in different directions depending on your own experience and education, the industry of your current company or just your willingness to learn.
Voice of finance
A series of conversations with CFOs and finance leaders. These talks are focused on how the Finance area can add value in the digital era.