Sustainability will require more trust in markets, not less
With public debt at record highs and confidence in institutions at an all-time low, we should put business at the forefront of our sustainability efforts.
Better integration of domestic and international capital flows with financing initiatives that are tied to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) could dramatically affect the ability of developing countries to deliver impact for their citizens. The Global Future Council on Development Finance will explore the design of a new multi-stakeholder development finance system, in order to help countries access the resources required to realize their SDG- and climate change-related ambitions.
Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Chair, Development Assistance Committee, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Gavin E.R. Wilson, Commissioner, Business and Sustainable Development Commission of the United Kingdom
· Philip Moss, Head of Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP), Centre for Global Public Goods, Philip.Moss@weforum.org