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The PRI’s policy team in China is working to support policy makers and regulators across a wide range of policy priorities, including strengthening corporate ESG disclosure requirements, clarifying asset owner’s legal duties, building stronger frameworks for effective stewardship, and providing thought leadership on aligning investments with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). See further details below of PRI’s work supporting stronger sustainable finance policy in China.
How Chinese policy makers can improve the country’s regulatory framework for effective stewardship, including for addressing ESG issues
[Region: China] This briefing sets out key policy priorities to set China on a pathway to deliver carbon neutrality; and to do so in a way that is economically, politically and technologically achievable and ultimately beneficial. It is based on research from PRI’s Inevitable Policy Response project.
This webinar will explore implications for investors and provide an opportunity for Asia-Pacific based signatories to engage on IPR Forecasts out to 2025 and 2030. Presented by Julian Poulter, IPR Head of Investor Relations with PRI staff and partners.
The PRI China Conference brought together international and Chinese policymakers, investors and standard setters to discuss progress, challenges, and best practice in aligning investment with net-zero goals and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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It is crucial that assessing and accounting for sustainability impact becomes a core part of investment activity. That’s why PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation are leading our work programme “A Legal Framework for Impact.”