Since 2020, PRI signatories have been required to report to the PRI on several indicators regarding their management of risks and opportunities related to climate change. These indicators are modelled on the disclosure framework of the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Disclosures (TCFD). 

The TCFD and its recommendations have been endorsed by over 1,000 organisations in 55 countries, including financial firms managing over $138 trillion in assets. Beginning in 2021, public disclosure of PRI signatories’ reporting on these indicators is mandatory, and signatories’ responses will be scored. 

PRI climate indicators 2021

Resources for PRI climate indicators

The Investment and Stewardship Policy 2021 Reporting Framework is now live and will stay open until 29th April. View our frequently asked questions document on the mandatory climate indicators:

FAQs on the climate indicators

PRI and external reports

Climate scenario analysis

  • Directory of climate scenario tools: free-to-use and commercially available climate scenario tools can help make it easier for investors to implement a key recommendation of the TCFD – scenario planning.

PRI signatory reporting on the 2020 climate indicators