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
COP24 key themes
The Paris Agreement Work Program (PAWP): to finalise ‘The Paris Rulebook’ for implementation of the Paris Agreement and, reflect on collective ambition and how to close the emissions gap over the coming two years, namely through the submission of revised NDCs in 2020.
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