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The recent World Climate Action Summit at COP28 marked a pivotal moment as 121 countries committed to the Global Pledge on Renewables and Energy Efficiency. This pledge aims to triple renewable energy capacity and double the rate of energy efficiency improvements by 2030. Now, the focus turns to how to achieve these ambitious targets.
Climate health and financial well-being are linked on both a global and personal level. This blog explores how climate change affects vulnerable communities and economies and the role financial institutions play in mitigating the impact. We also dive into banks' role in empowering individuals to reduce their carbon footprint and consequently improve their financial well-being.
In today's digital age and with the rise of neo-banks, customers seek more engaging and interactive banking experiences. This shift presents traditional banks with a challenge: how to retain and actively engage their customers.
It’s been another week of extreme weather events, with storms raging across the UK and other parts of the world. As people are increasingly feeling the effects of climate change, there is a growing desire among banking customers to understand and reduce their environmental impact.