The Sustainable Development Goals MIG will work towards the following objectives:
- to form either one or multiple study groups with the following target output in its first year:
- to produce a sustainable development reading list as a source of information for any actuary or student looking to develop their knowledge
- a group of actuaries and students with a firm basis of knowledge in sustainability
- to share regular news and updates on sustainability with others in the MIG via an online forum and the Sustainability monthly newsletter
- to raise awareness and understanding of environmental issues across the profession.
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