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An overview of environmental, social and governance reporting requirements for investors around the world and the trends driving the disclosures
A guide to managing ESG issues in real estate
A guide on the publicly available resources and initiatives available for direct and indirect private equity and real assets equity investors to help them incorporate climate change considerations in their investment process.
This paper will define the concept of decent work, emphasising a human-centric approach towards workers and their rights, in line with various global standards and frameworks.
This report analyses the responses of asset owner signatories who participated in PRI reporting in 2021. It covers asset owners’ top-level commitments, responsible investment policies, processes for selecting, appointing and monitoring managers, and climate-change strategies.
The Amazon is a hotspot of global deforestation. Critically, illegal activities have been a key driver. Addressing this must be a primary focus in any attempt to end deforestation. The outcome of the October elections in Brazil at both the presidential and congressional levels are a pivotal moment. This analysis ...
The PRI has worked with signatories on a new private credit (PC)-private equity (PE) ESG Factor Map. The Map aims to streamline the environmental, social and governance (ESG) information shared during the investment process. It is designed to facilitate collaboration between sponsors, co-investors and lenders and integrates existing ESG standards ...
This starter guide provides a succinct overview of a range of the climate metrics most commonly used and reported by investors.
The Assessing Sovereign Climate-related Opportunities and Risks (ASCOR) Project has been established to create a tool giving investors a common understanding of sovereign exposure to climate risk and of how governments plan to transition to a low-carbon economy.
Implementation guide for sustainable investment policy and regulation tools: taxonomies of sustainable economic activities
This due diligence questionnaire (DDQ) is designed to help institutional investors understand how investment managers and investment consultants approach diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within their own organisations, through their investment activities or the manager research process
This short paper by Brian Hensley and Marie Louise Gammelgård-Larsen at Kaya Advisory, a specialist climate policy consultancy, has been commissioned by the Inevitable Policy Response (IPR). It assesses the state of global carbon pricing, evolving policies around the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and concepts such as Climate ...
How Chinese policy makers can improve the country’s regulatory framework for effective stewardship, including for addressing ESG issues