One Planet Lab 2019 

In 2019, the One Planet Lab has formulated a number of recommendations and proposed actions around the following work streams:

  • The fight against global warming: maintain and increase the mobilization of stakeholders, particularly through the carbon neutrality coalition (objective of expanding the coalition and engaging new countries); identify sectors with high stakes in reducing emissions and, in particular, recommit stakeholders to energy efficiency
  • Oceans protection: strengthen the fight against pollution, particularly plastic pollution, through commitments from the private sector (shipping, fashion industry)
  • Biodiversity preservation : with a focus on sustainable land use and the deployment of agro-ecology
  • Mobilization of finance: Mobilization of multilateral development banks and international development finance institutions in the face of the challenges of financing global public goods in the 21st century; strengthening the adoption of extra-financial reporting standards (TCFD); strengthening mechanisms for financing green infrastructure (find out more about FAST-Infra).

One Planet Lab 2020

While the pandemic hit the world, the One Planet Lab has come together to reaffirm that preserving the environment, fighting climate change and preserving biodiversity are pillars of a more resilient and just society. The crisis and its origins have reinforced the awareness of public and private actors. This crisis must be a driving force for accelerating the transformation of the economy, enabling the transition of the most impactful sectors, promoting job creation and continuing the transformation of the financial sector.

 

Working Group Members 

Guarantors 

- Mr. Bertrand Badré, Managing Director of Blue Like on Orange Sustainable

- Mr. Paul Polman, Co-founder of Imagine

- Mr. Nick Stern , Professor at LSE

Members

- Mr. Masood Ahmed, President of CGDev

- Mr. Amar Bhattachary, Research Fellow at the Brookings Institute

- Mr. Patrick Bolton, Professor at Columbia University 

- Ms. Barbara Buchner, Executive Director of the Climate Policy Initiative

- Mr. Pascal Canfin, President of the Environment Committee at the European Parliament

- Mr. Christian Deseglise, Head of Sustainable Finance at HSBC global banking and markets

- Mr. Emmanuel Faber, CEO of Danone

- Ms. Kristalina Georgiva, Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund

- Ms. Sylvie Goulard, Deputy Governor of the Banque de France 

- Mr. Roldolfo Lacy, Director of Environment at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

- Ms. Alzabeta Klein, Director of Climate Business at the International Finance Corporation (IFC)

- Ms. Ellen MacArthur, Director of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

- Mr. Ajay Mathur, Director of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)

- Mr. Hiro Mizuno, Board of the Principles for Responsible Investment

- Mr. Jérémy Oppenheim, Director of SYSTEMIQ

- Mr. Bertrand Piccard, CEO of Solar Impulse Foundation

- Mr. François-Henri Pinault, CEO of Kering

- Ms. Patrica Ricard, President of the Paul Ricard Foundation 

- Mr. Rémy Rioux, Director General of the French Development Agency (AFD)

- Mr. Frédéric Samama, Head of Amundi Asset Management 

- Ms. Mary Shapiro, Secretariat of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) 

- Mr. Joseph Stiglitz, Professor at Columbia University

- Mr. Pavan Sukhdev, President of WWF International

- Ms. Laurence Tubiana, Executive Director of the European Climate Foundation (ECF)

- Mr. Durwood Zaeckle, President of the Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development (IGSD)

- Mr. Philippe Zaouati, CEO of MIROVA

- Mr. Thomas Buberl, CEO of AXA

- Mr. Mark Carney, Special Envoy for Climate and Finance of the United Nations Secretary General

- Mr. Yannick Glemarec, Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund (GCF)

- Ms. Mari Pangestu, Director of Global Affairs at the World Bank

- Mr. Andrew Steer, Executive Director of the World Resources Institute (WRI)