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Today at a virtual event, P4G announced FINISH Mondial as its 2020 State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year for scaling safe sanitation access to more than 5 million people across six countries, with an innovative self-sustaining model that involves both the demand and supply side of access. To help multistakeholder partnerships like this increase their impact, World Resources Institute (WRI) also released a new report today that identifies four key success factors to transformative partnerships that can advance sustainable development around the world.

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To date more than 55 financial institutions, of which 14 are headquartered in Asia, have committed to set science-based targets. This webinar will explore how new Financial Sector Guidance from the Science Based Targets initiative can help financial institutions set science-based targets.

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Join us for a global webinar that explores how multi-stakeholder partnerships can help accelerate the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The webinar will include the live presentation of the 2020 P4G State-of-the-Art Partnerships Award Winners, the findings of WRI's new report, A Time for Transformative Partnerships, and a high-level discussion on how to accelerate the progress of multi-stakeholder partnerships for the SDGs.

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The Business Roundtable (BRT), an association of chief executive officers from more than 200 leading companies - representing every sector of the economy - issued a call for ambitious action on climate change. In “Addressing Climate Change: Principles and Policies,” BRT calls on the federal government, including Congress, to enact climate policies in line with the US commitment to the Paris Agreement. Following is a statement from Dr. Andrew Steer, President & CEO, World Resources Institute:

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The take-make-waste model is driving the climate crisis and depleting the planet of much-needed resources. Here are 3 ways to transition toward circularity.

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In this critical year for climate action, more than 800 companies have committed to set science-based targets to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris Agreement. This is a hopeful sign, but not enough. Financial institutions are the vital link to enable the system-wide change we need.

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