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BMO’s Sustainability Leaders Podcast on Sustainable Development with the World Bank


In this episode of our Sustainability Leaders podcast, host Manju Seal speaks with Heike Reichelt to discuss the World Bank’s influential work in sustainable development, and the ways they mobilize capital markets to reduce social inequality and support the United Nations’s 17 sustainable development goals.

Check out the podcast here.

Get a fresh perspective from our Sustainability Leaders Podcast

BMO’s Sustainability Leaders podcast series is an ongoing destination for news and views on all things sustainability. Host Michael Torrance (BMO’s Chief Sustainability Officer), along with his colleagues Manju Seal and David Sneyd, introduces listeners to innovative minds and diverse perspectives that are pushing the boundaries in sustainability good practice. With topics ranging from climate change to sustainable finance and green bonds to human rights, the podcast explores the world of corporate sustainability through interviews with corporate practitioners, investors, scholars, and the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) community.



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