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PRUNE IMPACT
July 6, 2020

 
Welcome to Prune Impact weekly newsletter by Wail M. Aaminou
Book of the week
  • The book was first published on November 12, 2019. The authors, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in economics in 2019 (Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel) READ MORE
                                      
My recent articles

Green financing : Turkey’s first Sukuk issuance

Covid-19: It is time for Impact finance to act now!

A note on the published “UAE Guiding principles on sustainable finance”

ESG, impact investing, SRI… Lost in translation?
Reports on my radar
  • Climate change poses new challenges to central banks, which include “green swan” risks: potentially extremely financially disruptive events that could be behind the next systemic financial crisis.
    Checkout "Central banking and financial stability in the age of climate change" report by Bank for International Settlements, Banque de France and Eurosystème
                                      
                                       
  • Debates on water focus usually on scarcity rather on quality which is  equally, or more, important. In fact, rich and poor countries alike endure high levels of water pollution which impacts nearly all SDGs. The report "Quality Unknown : The Invisible Water Crisis" by the World Bank sheds light on the hidden dangers that lie beneath the water’s surface and elucidate strategies for combating them.
                                      
  • The tenth edition of the annual Emissions Gap Report prepared by the United Nations Environmental Program revisits the gap rationale and how it has evolved, comparing the expectations following the Copenhagen Accord with the reality 10 years later. Sadly, Despite a decade of increasing political and societal focus on climate change and the milestone Paris Agreement, global greenhouse gas emissions have not been curbed, and the emissions gap is larger than ever.
                                      
  • Unlike the mainstream idea that automation leads to job destruction, the report “The zombie robot argument lurches on” by the Economic Policy Institute claims that there is no evidence that automation leads to joblessness or inequality.

                                     
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