Diego Vargas Maldonado
An International Relations student from Ecuador, passionate about sustainability and finance, with motivation to spread awareness about the importance of sustainable finance in his culture so that, together as a community, we can develop a better future.
Graduated from physics school, Diego Vargas is currently pursuing an International Relationships career in University of Azuay. As a student, he feels a growing interest in developing himself as a finance professional getting on with sustainability in order to grow a green market in his country of origin.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED BY DIEGO VARGAS MALDONADO
Financing the civic energy sector: How financial institutions affect ownership models in Germany and the United Kingdom
RECENTLY POSTED BY DIEGO VARGAS MALDONADO
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The global food system is at a critical moment requiring transformation to overcome significant challenges. Sadly, the world is not on track to achieve SDG 12.3 — and staggeringly, 14% of food produced is lost between harvest and retail, while an estimated 17% of total global food production is wasted. Agriculture is responsible for 30% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and this is only predicted to increase by 15–20% by 2050.
New report finds companies operating in industries known to be at high risk of slavery are failing to identify obvious risks of forced labour in their supply chains or take action to address them.