Path to Sustainable Prosperity: Translating Value(s) into Action
April 23, 2021, 3:00PM
Ivey’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management & Centre for Building Sustainable Value hosted an exclusive dialogue:
“Path to Sustainable Prosperity: Translating Value(s) into Action”
Moderated by Ivey’s Dean Sharon Hodgson, this engaging dialogue featured:
Mark Carney, Former Governor of the Bank of Canada and Bank of England & UN Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance
Stephen S. Poloz, Former Bank of Canada Governor & Lawrence National Centre Advisory Council Chair
Andy Chisholm, MBA ’85, Board of Directors of Royal Bank of Canada & Member of Canada’s Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance
In his new book “Value(s): Building a Better World for All,” Mark Carney explores how market societies have crowded out values, contributing to economic and environmental crises, and argues that values need to be fundamentally at the centre of government policy making and corporate purpose. As Canada simultaneously faces a global health crisis, climate emergency and growing economic uncertainty, our discussants contemplated how values will be crucial for charting actionable policies to ensure Canada’s path to long term, inclusive, and sustainable development.
Registrants were invited to submit questions in advance.