About the 6th Investment Case Symposium
Hosted in Luxembourg and online, GLF–Luxembourg Finance for Nature 2023: What comes next? united 4,500 participants from 160 countries, 106 speakers, and 100 global and local partner organizations, and reached 10 million people on social media, with more than 230 thousand engagements, around how finance can solve – rather than exacerbate – the climate and biodiversity crises.
Across 37 plenaries, expert sessions, special announcements, networking sessions, dialogues, onsite presentations, and inspirational talks, the event sparked vibrant conversations on the state of sustainable finance in 2023, including the latest innovations, success stories, investable projects, and much more.
Indigenous Peoples at the center of climate finance
Sustainable finance has the potential to transform the livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples across the Americas and beyond. In this interview, we’re joined by Eileen Mairena, a researcher and advocacy officer on climate finance and territorial governance at the Centre for the Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI).