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Setting a common language between investors, issuers, project promoters and policy makers, the EU taxonomy helps investors assess whether investments are meeting robust environmental standards and are consistent with high-level policy commitments such as the Paris Agreement.
The PRI plays an important role in the development of the EU taxonomy. Working as a contributor to the High-Level Expert Group on sustainable finance and a member of the Technical Expert Group (TEG) on sustainable finance, the PRI helped shape the course of the Taxonomy regulation and TSC.
The opportunity to provide expert advice on behalf of our signatories and in support of scientific expertise continues with the PRI’s Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Nathan Fabian also working as Chair to the European Platform on Sustainable Finance (PSF).
An assessment of EU taxonomy implementation: challenges and solutions.
This briefing provides an overview of the EU taxonomy, including a proposed delegated act on gas and nuclear energy.
[Region: EU] The European Council has just approved the EU taxonomy climate Delegated Act (DA), confirming into EU law the adoption of Technical Screening Criteria (TSC) for activities that contribute substantially to climate change mitigation and adaptation objectives.
[Region: EU] This position paper explains why gas-fired power and nuclear energy are not aligned with the objectives of the EU Sustainable Taxonomy, and presents alternative options for their inclusion in the framework.
This webinar is aimed at practitioners involved in making EU taxonomy disclosures. The session will provide an overview of the PRI’s latest research on how investors are approaching taxonomy implementation. It will also include a panel discussion with practitioners and policy experts, followed by a Q&A session. Panellists will discuss ...