We know most individuals and businesses want to play their part to prevent climate change, but the majority don’t know where to start. Provide your customers with a way to measure, manage, and reduce their carbon footprint with Cogo’s Personal and Business Carbon Manager products.
Following COP27, we gathered leading sustainability experts to discuss how banks can play a more urgent role in the climate transition. Keep reading to discover some of the key insights from the conversation between Gary Kendall, Head of Climate Strategy Implementation at Natwest, Paul Watchman, Special Legal Adviser for UNEP, Jonathan Ward, Senior Carbon Impact Manager at Cogo and Madhvi Mavadiya, Head of Content at Finextra.
Carbon footprint technology integrated into banking apps could drastically reduce America’s emissions - but will require ‘behavior change’ from some of the country’s biggest players.
Banks can use transactional data to help customers measure, understand and reduce their carbon footprint. Not only will this help drive action at scale, but implementing a carbon management strategy can help drive ROI for banks. Keep reading to find out how.
With recent demand around sustainability and the increasingly important role businesses have to play in the transition to a low-carbon economy, there is a significant opportunity for banks to lead the change and help businesses lower their carbon footprint.