Bertrand Badré on International Governance and Public Private Cooperation

World Economic Forum

Global Future Councils on the Future of International Governance, Public-Private Cooperation & Sustainable Development

Why it is is difficult and why it so necessary to work on governance if we want to shift paradigm and reach the sustainable development goals.



Bertrand Badré | L'Hebdo des AG | January 15th, 2018

This review of l'Hebdo des AG (#160) focuses on what we really know about socially responsible investment (SRI). 

At this occasion, Bertrand gives his view of today's finance.


Webcast replay, seminar 10 January

Bertrand visits SpareBank 1 Markets in Norway.

He has the opportunity to share his standpoint on how to support a more sustainable development. The system is now patched-up after 2008-2009 crisis and we are starting to think about what comes next and where we are heading to. But a lot remains to be done and we need to go back to common wisdom.


Can Finance Save the World?: Regaining Power over Money to Serve the Common Good

Bertrand's book was released on January 30, 2018. Featuring forewords from Emmanuel Macron and Gordon Brown.



Inter-American Investment Corporation collaboration

IIC collaboration with Blue like an Orange aims to mobilize over $1 billion of capital for Latin America and the Caribbean.


Bertrand Badré | Tech for Planet                            December 11th, 2017

As an initiative from the French Presidency, Tech for Planet gathered in Paris entrepreneurs who are innovative against global heating.

Bertrand was one of the speakers. He explained how to scale solutions for climate change.



Finance: Poor Master, Great Servant | Bertrand Badré | TEDxIHEParis

Bertrand explains that this power does not only lie within the hands of a few inaccessible institutions and that in fact we can all contribute to building an ethical financial system aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals.


Bertrand Badré | One Planet Summit      December 12th, 2017

On 2017/12/12, the President of the French Republic, the President of the World Bank Group and the Secretary General of the United Nations addressed the emergency for our planet by calling together in Paris international leaders 

Two years to the day after the historic Paris Agreement, it is time for concrete action. Many stakeholders are already taking action and present projects illustrating the ongoing transition.

Bertrand was one of the panelist invited to share his experience and contribution to the planet.