All individuals and organizations (public and private) have an impact on their actions on society and the environment.
Climate change is a phenomenon that is growing by leaps and bounds with the consequences that we are all beginning to experience: major droughts, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, and so on. This is due, neither more nor less than, to the hand of man.
For this reason, some people, institutions and companies began to become aware and implement strategies that seek to mitigate and alleviate this negative impact.
Like all planning, these actions involve the establishment of goals, objectives, activities and results. The latter must be measured to determine if they were achieved and in what percentage. But, it is important to note that the measurement of social and environmental impact should be carried out with the same rigor with which we develop and report economic and financial reports.
The corporate social responsibility initiatives implemented by many companies aim to foster in this sector, as well as the rest of the actors, to commit to 10 Universal Principles of the United Nations and, consequently, embark on the purpose of contributing to solving the greatest challenges for the planet and humanity between now and 2030: the SDGs.
It is from this reality that GBM emerges with the purpose of bringing together the world of finance, applied technology and caring for the environment.
On this foundation (fintech and the environment) an innovative and disruptive concept was born: ECO FINTECH.
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