Banco Sabadell and the UN Climate Change Conference
Banco Sabadell has decided to support the United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP25, which will be held at IFEMA in Madrid from 2 December to 13 December. One of the key objectives of the conference is to achieve the full operationalisation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, which was signed in 2015 by representatives of 196 nations to implement measures designed to limit the increase in our planet’s average temperature.
In September, Banco Sabadell became one of the founding signatories of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Banking. By taking this action, the bank has committed to strategically align its business with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement, joining a coalition of 130 banks worldwide that represent over 47 trillion dollars in assets and have taken on a crucial role in helping to achieve a sustainable future.
Jaime Guardiola, CEO of Banco Sabadell, reiterated the bank’s commitment to a sustainable society. “Banco Sabadell’s approach to what it does and its method of working is built on a system of values that has included a commitment to our environment since 1881. This is why we are very excited to be contributing to the climate change conference in Madrid.” Guardiola stressed that Banco Sabadell “is already working on developing measures to become more efficient, to promote a sustainable economy and thus achieve prosperity that can be shared by current and future generations”.
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