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The challenges of a sustainable recovery

The challenges of a sustainable recovery

16-07-2020 | Digital event
While the corona crisis may feel like a step backward, it is actually a great opportunity to take a major leap forward towards a more sustainable economy. Robeco Digital Explore is the perfect opportunity to find out how international leaders are approaching this issue. What challenges and opportunities do they see right now?
  • Masja Zandbergen - Albers
    Masja
    Zandbergen - Albers
    Head of sustainability Integration

Watch the Digital Explore event talk show to get motivated by some of the greatest minds in the world of sustainable investing, including Adam Matthews (Church of England Pensions Board), Carlos Joly (Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership) and Paul Polman (former CEO of Unilever). Get inspired by these leading experts and a next-generation challenger (Talitha Muusse), who is putting the experts to the test. Also learn from Robeco’s Masja Zandbergen (Head of Sustainability Integration) and Karin van Baardwijk (ExCo member and Vice Chair at RobecoSAM) about sustainable investing. So, tap into the wealth of knowledge and expert views on the opportunities and challenges for a sustainable recovery in the post-coronavirus world.

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