The work of the Coalition allows governments and project developers to present their pipeline of projects five years into the future (min. US$100 million deal size) and access new sources of funding from international investors, providing investors with early visibility of future deal-flow and give the opportunity to provide feedback on the structuring of financing instruments.
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A ‘just transition’ for workers and communities as the world’s economy responds to climate change was included as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD or the Task Force) published its final recommendations in 2017, and now both companies and investors are moving towards implementation of TCFD’s recommendations.
In order to encourage a globally consistent approach to infrastructure investor due diligence and ESG disclosure by infrastructure managers, the PRI launched the Infrastructure Investor Responsible Investment Due Diligence Questionnaire.
The PRI and GRESB teamed up to produce a webinar explaining why investors use the GRESB Infrastructure platform, how it works and the value it brings to their organisations.
Improving infrastructure project preparation and access to critical data to foster long-term investment.