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Rapidly changing regulation, increasing climate-related risks, and emerging business opportunities are driving financial institutions all over the world to reshape themselves in response to the climate crisis. Mainstreaming Climate in Financial Institutions supports those looking to integrate climate considerations into their work. Whether your institution is at the beginning of its mainstreaming journey or leading on climate, you will find resources, events and a network of likeminded peers to support you.

An initiative built by and for financial institutions

Through a program of climate-related activities and events that supporting institutions help to shape based on their needs, the initiative creates spaces for financial institutions to share experience, knowledge and lessons learned with each other and with the broader financial community.  It does this to save professionals’ time and support the development of common approaches.

How to become a supporting institution?

Financial Institutions become ‘Supporting Institutions’ and gain full access to all the initiative’s events and resources by expressing their support for the initiative and acknowledging the guidance provided by its five voluntary Principles for Mainstreaming Climate Action within Financial Institutions.

The Initiative does not charge fees and operates based on voluntary contributions from its supporting institutions. Furthermore, it does not require mandatory reporting and institutions choose if and how they would like to share their experience.

Institutions are invited to confirm their support using the following sample Statement of Support:

“We would like to inform you that the management of [insert financial institution’s name] hereby expresses support for the Mainstreaming Climate in Financial Institutions initiative and acknowledges the guidance provided by the five voluntary Principles for Mainstreaming Climate Action within Financial Institutions. Please consider us a “Supporting Institution” and available to participate in the development of ongoing work to support these voluntary Principles”.

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