Ronald Attard

In a time when the whole world is witnessing the dire effects of climate change, it’s important to stock of what has already been done about this, and to see whether we are using up too much energy trying to re-invent the wheel, when perhaps the answer to this mind-boggling question lies underneath our noses!

Indeed, taking to social media to share his thoughts on the matter, Ronald Attard, Country Managing Partner at EY highlights how “Changemakers featured in a new report from EY and Askoka show that better answers to the climate crisis already exist.”

The report, entitled: Five ways changing finance can finance sustainable change, goes on to say that “With the right conditions, they and other changemakers could be going further, faster, to realize the full transformative potential of sustainable business.”

Unfortunately, when it comes to discussing climate change and what action needs to be taken, stakeholders tend to look at it as more of a problem to solve, rather than an opportunity to take.

In his concluding comments on his social media post Mr Attard states that “By working together, financial institutions, corporations and governments can create the conditions for a diverse network of climate innovators to flourish.

And we couldn’t agree more!

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Ronald Attard / Ey.com

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