The PRI is inviting its signatories to join the newly formed Corporate Reporting Reference Group.
Fifty-six global investment organisations* highlight their support for the RSPO and call for the palm oil industry to adopt and implement publicly available No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation policies.
ICMM, UN Environment Programme and Principles for Responsible Investment agree to co-convene mine tailings storage facilities review
The International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), today announced that they will co-convene an independent review that will establish an international standard on tailings storage facilities.
Companies, investors call for improved integration of the Sustainable Development Goals across business strategies and financial markets
Companies and investors joined representatives from government and the UN today to discuss how the private sector can play a greater role in directing capital towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
CFA Institute and the PRI find a wide range of ESG integration practices in eight EMEA markets from the UK to South Africa
Investors with US$6.3 trillion in assets call on companies to cut climate, deforestation-related risks in global soybean supply chains
Increased demand for soybean products is destroying important biomes in South America, driving up emissions, and exposing companies that source these products from the region to various business risks.
It is crucial that assessing and accounting for the sustainability impact of investment decision making becomes a core part of investment activity. That’s why we have launched A Legal Framework for Impact with UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation.
The strategy and governance indicators of the PRI’s climate risk indicators are to become mandatory for signatories to report on from 2020.
The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) has today published a snapshot report on its 2018 private equity reporting data, which provides a global overview of responsible investment practices in private equity and also highlights areas of progress by looking at comparable datapoints from 2015.
The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) today launched a new report, Shifting perceptions: ESG, credit risk and ratings – part 3: from disconnects to action areas.
Signatories to the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) reached 2,232 in 2018, a 21% increase on the previous calendar year.
Published ahead of next week’s Davos, the Global Risks Report provides significant insights into risk to inform government, business and investor action. It asks: is the world sleep walking into a crisis?
At COP24, we saw hundreds of investors agreeing to a Paris Agreement rulebook.
The PRI is delighted to announce the appointment of five new signatory representatives to the Private Equity Advisory Committee.
Following two weeks of climate talks in Katowice, we reflect on the key points of COP24:
The PRI’s CEO Fiona Reynolds delivered a speech at a meeting at the G20, convened by the World Bank, where she recommended to G20 policy makers and regulators that they clarify a need for positive duties to integrate ESG factors in the investment process.
Last week at Climate Finance Day 2018, convened by Finance for Tomorrow to build on the steady and growing financial sector mobilisation and on the political momentum following the Paris Agreement and the EU Action Plan for Sustainable Finance, the PRI Chair Martin Skancke officially endorsed the Initiative Climat 2020 ...
To demonstrate a commitment to stepping up climate action, parties should include the following core elements in the final COP decision at Katowice:
The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation, in collaboration with Finance for Tomorrow, have launched The Roadmap for Sustainable Finance in France, the last in a series of market analyses from the Fiduciary Duty in the 21st Century programme.
Limiting warming to 1.5°C is possibly within the laws of chemistry and physics but doing so would require unprecedented changes