Deutsche Bank at COP26 - UN Climate Change Conference

  • All hands on deck to protect our oceans?

    The climate crisis is also a water crisis. The protection of our oceans is a key topic at the COP26. But how can this be managed and financed?

  • Why nature should be an asset

    “It’s getting very difficult to be a community, be a nation. The Maldives are facing challenges from many sides,” says his Excellency Mohamed Nasheed, former President of the Maldives. He talks about what he expects from COP26 and what should be done immediately.

  • Urban Regeneration: the Newcastle Helix project

    "Newcastle Helix will save 40,000 tonnes of carbon over 30 years.” What was once a coal mine is now a centre for innovation and sustainable living – with benefits for the environment and society. 

  • Read the survey (PDF) Mobility in an Urban Age

    Will we witness a shift towards 15-minute walkable urban districts or the persistence of a physically connected one-hour metropolitan region? The Urban Age Debate survey “Localising transport” reflects on the future of transport in cities and its effects on urban patterns

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  • ExpeditionFinance at COP26 – with Christian Sewing

    “Finally traction”, is what Christian Sewing,  Deutsche Bank’s CEO, wishes for at the COP26. He sees the financial industry well prepared to support the transformation towards a sustainable economy.

  • Footprint, handprint, heartprint

    “It’s about being emotional and winning the hearts of people”, says Tobias Raffel. He is CEO of WERTE foundation that recently conducted a CEO Study. In it, 20 company leaders gave candid insights into how to transition to a low carbon business model.

  • Deutsche Bank Research Study Government pays a lot to bring e-mobility forward

    The range of fiscal support measures shows that the government is spending on increasing the market share of e-cars in Germany. By granting direct subsidies for e-cars, policymakers hope to make up for the price difference between electric and combustion-engine cars.

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  • ExpeditionFinance at COP26 – How to be radical in cities?

    “Cities need to be enabled by national governments now”. This is what Philipp Rode, urban development expert from LSE Cities, is calling for. 

  • Deutsche Bank Research Study Green hydrogen as a source of energy: The trillion-euro question

    If green hydrogen is to make a significant contribution to climate-friendly energy supply in the future, it will need to be produced in large quantities, be cost-efficient and use low-carbon methods.

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  • dbResearch Podzept podcast Biodiversity - From insects to corporate giants

    This dbResearch Podzept podcast discusses the corporate response to growing biodiversity concerns, which has been slow. The problem is that companies with higher biodiversity risks can find increased scrutiny from customers, politicians, and investors.

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  • Blue nature, blue economy: partnering with ORRAA to protect our ocean

    Deutsche Bank is the first bank to be a full member of the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA), a multi-sector collaboration designed to drive investment into marine and coastal ecosystems.

  • Can nature be an asset?

    What is the value of a whale? Why and how can we value our nature? Markus Müller, Global Head of Chief Investment Office Private Bank at Deutsche Bank, answers these questions. He is an expert on biodiversity: “If we do not value our nature, we will overuse it.”

  • Will green investments help us save the planet?

    Claire Coustar, Global Head of ESG Fixed Income & Currencies at Deutsche Bank explains: “The green bond market alone has gone from zero to over one trillion US-Dollars in the last ten years.”

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