EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy

The EU taxonomy is a tool to help investors understand whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable, and to navigate the transition to a low-carbon economy. Setting a common language between investors, issuers, project promoters and policy makers, it helps investors to assess whether investments are meeting robust environmental standards and are consistent with high-level policy commitments such as the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy

The EU taxonomy is a tool to help investors understand whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable.

Case study

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Case-study: Nordea EU taxonomy implementation

Nordea presentation to the PRI EU Practitioners Group on EU taxonomy implementation

Blogs

EU taxonomy

EU taxonomy final report: 2020 starts a decade of action on climate change

2020-03-09T13:12:00+00:00

By Fiona Reynolds, CEO, PRI

EU Commission

The EU taxonomy: a generational shift for responsible investment

2019-06-11T09:24:00+01:00

By Will Martindale (@WillJMartindale), Director of Policy and Research, the PRI