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Human Development and finance in the shadow of Anthropocene risks
What needs to happen to advance a systemic take on finance and the economy to ensure just a future on a thriving planet?

Stockholm+50 offers an important opportunity to change the trajectory of the future. It can help accelerate actions that not only reduce risks but also set the foundation for actions that tackle inequalities and create prosperity within planetary boundaries. This high-level roundtable is intended to contribute to these discussions, help innovative systems thinking, and accelerate action.

The seminar will cover two main topics:

· Human development and financial management in the Anthropocene.

· Incorporating people (human development) and planet (Anthropocene) in assessing financial risks.

The agenda is as follows:

13.30-13:40 Opening remarks

· Victor Galaz, Deputy Director Stockholm Resilence Centre · Pedro Conceição, Director, Human Development Report Office, UNDP

13.40-14:30 Panel discussion: What are Anthropocene risks? Why do they matter for human development and finance?

25 min Moderator: Victor Galaz, Deputy Director, Associate Professor, SRC · Pat Keys, Lead Scientist, School of Global Environmental Sustainability, Colorado State University · Jose Antonio Ocampo, Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs, Columbia University · Rafael del Villar Alrich, Chief Advisor to the Governor, Banco de México

20 min Questions and comments from the floor

5 min Wrap up by moderator

14.30-14:35 Virtual Coffee break

14.35-15:25 Panel discussion: Where are we now? Assessing social and environmental dimensions in finance

25 min Moderator: Victor Galaz, Deputy Director, Associate Professor, SRC · Reza Anglingkusumo, Director / Head of Corporate & Household Assessment Group - Department of Macroprudential Policy, Bank Indonesia · Yanchun Zhang, Chief of Statistics UNDP HDRO

· Ann-Sophie Crépin, Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Biosphere economics, Anthropocene · Prof. Bambang

Jan 24, 2022 01:30 PM in Stockholm

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