This guide sets out the actions that private equity general partners (GPs) can take to address the four-pillar framework of the recommendations proposed by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
In February last year, PRI announced that reporting against TCFD based indicators would become mandatory in 2020 for 2,085 signatories in 50 markets. The reporting framework is now live and will stay open until 31st of March.
Science demands we focus on net zero. This is necessary to safeguarding the planet, mitigating climate risk and offers opportunities to PRI signatories.
The Transition Pathway Initiative (‘TPI’) is a global Initiative launched by the Environment Agency and the Church of England National Investing Bodies in 2017. Led by Asset Owners and supported by Asset Managers and Service Providers, it assesses preparedness by companies in high carbon sectors for transition to a low ...
A forceful policy response to climate change within the near term is not priced into today’s markets. Yet it is inevitable that governments will be forced to act more decisively than they have so far, leaving investor portfolios exposed to significant risk. The longer the delay, the more disorderly, disruptive ...
The Montréal Carbon Pledge mobilises investors to commit to measure, disclose and reduce their portfolio carbon footprints.
Climate Action 100+ is a global collaborative engagement targeting a selection of the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters.
The Investor Agenda enables the investor community to accelerate and scale up actions critical to achieving the Paris Agreement.
Institutional investors commit to transitioning their investment portfolios to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050, consistent with a maximum temperature rise of 1.5°C and addressing Article 2.1c of the Paris Agreement.