Force for Good reveals $100 trillion financing gap for sustainable development ahead of United Nations General Assembly debate
London, UK – September 17, 2021 – The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) face a financing gap that has soared to up to US$100 trillion in the wake of COVID-19 and other urgent global challenges, according to a new report by Force for Good in collaboration with the UN and other organizations.
New Report Examines the Critical Role of the Global Finance Industry in Transforming Capitalism for a Sustainable Future
The report has been produced in support of the UN Secretary General’s strategy and roadmap for financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and spotlights the substantial and growing ‘common ground’ in the finance industry’s focus on ESG sustainability and broader stakeholder engagement which has the potential to transform capitalism for a sustainable future.
Future Capital Initiative Seeks Common Solutions to Common Challenges
A cross-disciplinary meeting of minds considers the major challenges facing humanity and the planet while taking into account multidisciplinary insights, perspectives and stories.
Changing the Way Capital and Finance are Allocated
More sustainable pathways for business charted in reconvened special United Nations working group focused on the future of capital.