The Inevitable Policy Response (IPR) is a landmark project to prepare financial markets for a wave of policy moves as governments worldwide are forced to address climate change.
By Fiona Reynolds, CEO, the PRI
Por Eduardo Atehortua, Head of Latin America (ex Brazil), en Chile
In this webinar, the PRI, IFM Investors and the Committee on Workers’ Capital discussed key issues and different approaches to managing labour issues in infrastructure investing, and particularly sought to highlight how greater engagement between core stakeholders on these issues can be a critical success factor for different infrastructure projects. ...
This webinar, hosted by the PRI and The Investor Alliance, discusses how investors can use two recent benchmarks published by The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark and KnowTheChain to assess companies in their portfolios. Adidas shares practical examples of how to ensure labour rights protection in challenging contexts and lower tiers ...