A Sustainable Future

By Man Group

What can we do to build a more sustainable world? Each episode features a thought leader discussing an aspect of sustainability - its origin, evolution and relevance today - with Jason Mitchell, Co-Head of Responsible Investment at Man Group.

  1. 1.
    Nick O’Donohoe, CDC Group, and the Future of Impact Investing
    37:09
  2. 2.
    Faith Ward, Brunel Pension Partnership, on the Race to Net Zero
    35:29
  3. 3.
    Alice Hill, Council on Foreign Relations, on Climate Resilience after Covid-19
    33:07
  4. 4.
    ESG Investing - Luck Versus Skill? Duke University's Campbell Harvey Discusses
    43:17
  5. 5.
    Raghuram Rajan, ex-RBI Governor, on the Overlooked Value of Community
    45:38
  6. 6.
    Paul Polman, former Unilever CEO, on Leadership, Purpose and Stakeholder Capitalism
    1:00:10
  7. 7.
    Rodrigo Garcia, Illinois Deputy State Treasurer, on Leading From the Front
    1:01:07
  8. 8.
    Andrew McDowell, EIB VP, and How the EU’s Climate Bank is Financing the Future
    56:17
  1. 9.
    Sharan Burrow, ITUC General Secretary, on Trade Unions and the Future of Work
    53:24
  2. 10.
    Mary Robinson, ex-President of Ireland, on Building Back Better
    47:50
  3. 11.
    Dr. Amesh Adalja, Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, on Pandemic Policy, Politics and Preparedness
    32:50
  4. 12.
    Prof. Alex Edmans, London Business School, on the Power of Profit and Purpose
    45:25
  5. 13.
    John Howchin, Swedish Council on Ethics, on the Power of Engagement
    32:59
  6. 14.
    Pia Heidenmark Cook, IKEA Chief Sustainability Officer, on Corporate Climate Commitments
    33:08
  7. 15.
    De-coding the New UK Stewardship Code with the Financial Reporting Council and Investors
    45:56
  8. 16.
    Arlene McCarthy OBE, Former MEP, on What We Talk About When We Talk About Sustainable Finance
    32:21
  9. 17.
    Lolita Jackson, NYC Mayor’s Office Climate Advisor, on NYC’s Climate Plan
    29:48
  10. 18.
    Why Climate Change is Like a Robust Optimal Control Problem
    52:52
  11. 19.
    Anna Rosling Rönnlund, Factfulness co-author and Gapminder, on a Factfulness Framework for Climate Change
    43:23
  12. 20.
    Alice Hill, Council on Foreign Relations, on Climate, Catastrophes and the US Policy Response
    42:51
  13. 21.
    Teresa Ribera, Spanish Minister for the Ecological Transition, on Why Spain is the First Victim of Climate Change
    21:25
  14. 22.
    Michael Sheren, Bank of England, on Green Bonds and Central Bank Regulation
    39:38
  15. 23.
    Prof. Malcolm Chalmers and Jamie Kwong, RUSI, on International Climate Security
    42:31
  16. 24.
    Emma Howard Boyd, UK Environment Agency Chair, on Domestic Climate Security
    34:26
  17. 25.
    Yao Wang, International Institute of Green Finance, on Greening the World’s Second-Largest Economy
    33:09
  18. 26.
    John Kornerup Bang, Maersk, on the International Shipping Industry Going Carbon Neutral
    26:04
  19. 27.
    Lord Livingston of Parkhead, ex-UK Minister of Trade, on Best Managed, Best Governed
    26:24
  20. 28.
    Dr. Ryohei Yanagi, Eisai CFO, on Making Japan Great Again Through Corporate Governance Reform
    40:24
  21. 29.
    Michael Cappucci, Harvard Management Company, on Sustainable Investing for the Real Long Term
    30:54
  22. 30.
    Catherine Howarth and Bethan Livesey, ShareAction, on A Theory of Change Starting with Savers
    42:13
  23. 31.
    Reinhard Bütikofer, Member of the European Parliament, on Climate Politics
    44:59
  24. 32.
    Fiona Reynolds, UNPRI, on Reframing Responsible Investment Norms
    42:46
  25. 33.
    The 2018 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge
    27:14
  26. 34.
    Harriet Lamb, International Alert CEO, on NGOs Addressing Human Rights in Conflict Areas
    42:32
  27. 35.
    Mark Lewis, Carbon Tracker, on Carbon Markets and Climate Change Policy
    41:10
  28. 36.
    Edward Mason, Church Commissioners for England, on a Climate Change Showdown with ExxonMobil
    33:52
  29. 37.
    Nick Robins, London School of Economics, on the Just Transition
    31:56
  30. 38.
    Prof. Cam Harvey, Duke University, on the Social Value of Cryptocurrencies
    37:47
  31. 39.
    Prof. Charlie Donovan, Imperial College, on an Education in Climate Change
    27:42
  32. 40.
    Prof. David Wood, Harvard Kennedy School, on Economic Inequality
    29:22
  33. 41.
    Dr. Rachel Melsom, Tobacco Free Portfolios, on the Case for Going Tobacco Free
    25:25
  34. 42.
    Ece Ozdemiroglu, EFTEC CEO, on the Case for Natural Capital Accounting
    32:23
  35. 43.
    Prof. Ken McPhail, University of Manchester, on Accounting for Rights and Ethics
    25:01
  36. 44.
    Prof. Mike Cho, Korea University, on South Korean Corporate Governance Reform
    22:12

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