UK's Bank of England governor to become UN Special Envoy for Climate

Mark Carney, the current governor of the Bank of England, has agreed to become the UN special envoy on climate action and finance when he leaves his post early next year. Carney has stated that he will use his appointment to focus on next year’s United Nation’s COP26 meeting that the UK is hosting. He will focus on how the risks and opportunities of climate change can be better brought into the heart of the financial sector's decision-making.

News article - BBC News

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