In order to promote a model of economic growth that is more respectful of the envrionment, BNP...
BNP Paribas, working toward a more sustainable economy
In order to encourage more inclusive, equitable growth, BNP Paribas is continuously innovating to remain a leader in sustainability. With a CSR strategy in-line with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and work across all business lines to offer financial products and services that have a positive impact, The Group has been consistently recognized for its commitment to change.
Click below to see some recent examples of how BNP Paribas has been at the forefront of sustainable finance.
BNP Paribas, 1st French bank and 3rd bank worldwide in “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations” ranking
In 2020, BNP Paribas appears for the sixth year running in the demanding ranking of the “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations”, published every year on the occasion of the World Economic Forum opening in Davos by the Canadian magazine Corporate Knights.
The Blue Economy: BNP Paribas commits to protecting the oceans
In order to promote a model of economic growth that is more respectful of the envrionment,
BNP Paribas supports its clients, and more widely, the economic actors
throughout all its business lines in their ecological transition. For
that reason, the preservation of the oceans has now become essential and the focus of several actions led by the Group. To celebrate World Oceans Day this 8th of June, we take a look at a major concern for the Group.
BNP Paribas publishes its first TCFD report, a step in the fight against climate change
BNP Paribas continues to lead the charge toward a tobacco-free future
In celebration of World No Tobacco Day on the 31st of May, a campaign sponsored by the WHO, BNP Paribas is reaffirming its commitment to a tobacco-free future through the Tobacco Free Portfolio’s Stamp of Approval program.
Entreprises pour l’Environnement : sustainable development as a lever for priority progress
More than 50 international and French companies make up the French
association Entreprises pour l’Envrionment (EpE). Since 1992, they have
worked to promote solutions, practices and innovations allowing
companies to better integrate the environment into their strategies and
operations. As the current global health crisis continues, EpE shared
their view on the priorities for the coming economic recovery.
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