British International Investment

IMPACT = Podcast
How the climate crisis is affecting businesses in emerging economies

The climate emergency is having a devastating impact on emerging economies. Without decisive action, this will only become more severe as global temperatures rise and as countries transition toward net zero.

Emerging economies are among the nations most exposed to and the least prepared for the effects of climate change. This is particularly the case across Africa, South and South-East Asia, and the Caribbean, where we invest.

In this episode of the IMPACT= Podcast, we explore how the climate crisis is affecting businesses in emerging economies through the lens of our Emerging Economies Climate Report.

We recently launched the report at an event with a panel of expert speakers to dig deeper into the findings, and explore how we can address climate risks and maximise opportunities in emerging economies. In this podcast, we cover some of the key contributions from our speakers:

  • Amal-Lee Amin, Managing Director, Head of Climate, Diversity and Advisory, British International Investment
  • Michael Jacobs, Visiting Senior Fellow, ODI
  • Nicola Mustetea, Director, Head of Climate Change, British International Investment
  • Shivanand Nimbargi, Chief Executive Officer, Ayana Renewable Power
  • Benjamin Njenga, Co-Founder and Chief Customer Officer, Apollo Agriculture
  • Nick Robins, Professor of Sustainable Finance, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

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