A film for the finance sector
Inspired by Wild Isles, the iconic BBC nature documentary series, WWF, the RSPB, the National Trust and Silverback Films have come together to produce four films for businesses and organisations across the UK.
Banking on a Wilder Tomorrow reveals how the finance sector affects nature in the UK and explores what actions employees and businesses can take to reduce their impact. Hear from business leaders and experts including Deborah Meaden (Business Leader and Investor) Steve Waygood (Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Aviva Investors), Emma Howard Boyd (Chair of the Green Finance Institute), Bevis Watts (CEO of Triodos Bank UK) and others on how the finance system needs to put nature at the heart of decision-making and be a part of the solution to the nature crisis.
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You can screen any of our Save Our Wild Isles business films in your organisation. When you register your event we can provide exclusive images to help you promote your screening and we may be able to support with a speaker.
The finance sector has a huge role to play in addressing the nature crisis. The risks of nature loss to investments, supply chains and future progress is unmistakable.
There is US $400 trillion of capital out there in the global financial system – many times what is needed to simultaneously address the climate and nature crisis. We need to green our finance and finance green initiatives, working with regulators and government to incentivise change. If the finance sector puts it mind to it, we can create a new economic system which works for people and planet.
In this film, we explore the relationship between our economic systems and biodiversity loss, and learn what actions the finance sector can take to drive the change that is urgently needed.
To find out a full list of contributors and more information about the topics raised in this film, please see the links below.
A guide to the terms and acronyms used in the business films and the business section of this website.
Find out more about the industry experts who contributed to the Save the Wild Isles films.
Dr Bevis Watts, CEO, Triodos Bank UK
There are four films in total in the series, we encourage to you watch and screen all the films so you and your colleagues can understand how our landscapes and seascapes are connected.
This film explores why nature risk is a business risk and talks to business leaders who are putting nature at the heart of their operations. (30 minutes)
Showcasing the biggest issues facing our UK seas, this film looks at how their recovery depends on changing the way we use them. (20 minutes)