The Agreement of Paris has already fulfilled more than 5 years from that moment in which 195 nations agreed implement the necessary actions to reduce the global warming and fight against the predictable impacts of the climate change.

They have emerged since then different initiatives in looks for of strengthening and implementing that Agreement via government's new policies, the fixation of new strategies and the review of the plans of businesses.  All of this with the aim of providing the path of transition to a lower economy in carbon.

In that frame, in June 2020, and as result of the efforts of the Climate Ambition Alliance created months earlier, an alliance was formed A Race to Net Zero (Carrera towards the Net Zero) to which adhered 120 countries to which were summed more than 2,162 companies, 708 cities, 23 regions, 127 investing groups and 571 educational companies.

In this context, UNEP FI, the Academy of sustainability of the Fund, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Principles of Responsible Investment (NIC), the Centre of Sustainable Finances and People responsible for Spain (Finreso), with the collaboration of the Table Public-private of Green Finances of Chile, the Table of Sustainable Finances (MFS) of Paraguay, the Initiative of Sustainable Finances of Ecuador, the Table of Sustainable Finances (MFS) of Bolivia, the Working group of Sustainable Finances of Panama, the Table of Chile, the Laboratório of Inovação Financeira (Brazil), the Laboratory of Financial Innovation (Mexico), Spainsif, Deloitte and 2dii, and with Communicate, Daily Sustentable, Circular Country, Daily Person in charge and Corresponsables as Average Partners, organise in November a series of webinars on “UNEP FI's financial alliances in the career towards net”issuances zero:

  • WEBINAR 1: Net Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) / 16 November
  • WEBINAR 2: Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance and the launch of the Protocol on fixation of aims for 2025 / 23 November
  • WEBINAR 3: Net Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA)/29 November

In this first webinar, Mónica Malo, director of Communication-relationships External and CECA's Sustainability, participates in the opening together with Carolina López, representante in Chile and coordinating committee to overall level of Trainings of UNEP FI, and María Netto, Financial Markets Principal and Climate Change Specialist of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).