We are a partner in the global Uptime Consortium, working to deliver drinking water services to millions of rural people, and contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6.1 – clean water and sanitation for all.
The 100 Million (100M) Initiative will enable funding for safe water services provision for 100 million rural people in low- and middle-income countries by 2030.
REACH is a global research programme to improve water security for the poor by delivering world-class science that transforms policy and practice.
We use finance to enable the transition to a sustainable future in the real economy and navigate the risk of stranded assets. We pioneered the term stranded assets – assets that are worth less than expected due to changes associated with the transition to a low-carbon economy – and continue to research the subject.
Enabling technologies, such as distributed ledgers and smart contracts, can enable financial transactions and behaviours that support the transition to sustainability. Data science and AI can help the financial system secure much more accurate, consistent, and timely data to inform decision-making, risk pricing, and capital allocation.
The adoption of climate and environmental analytics can ensure that climate and environmental factors can be properly measured, priced, and managed by individual financial institutions and across the financial system.