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Does the ESG data used by investors to assess US municipal and corporate bonds differ, and is there enough self-reported issuer data available? Which ESG risk area has the biggest data limitations, and what role could bondholder engagement play in enhancing data disclosure? Featuring a muni bond issuer, an investor ...
As part of the PRI Digital Conference, the PRI and the LSEG will be co-hosting the sixth and final event in the PRI and LSEG COP26 Investor Action on Climate Series, ‘Industrial Transition to Net Zero - How can business and the investment sector come together to achieve global decarbonisation?’
2021 is a critical year for the standardisation of climate reporting. Central to this is new guidance from the Financial Stability Board’s Taskforce on Climate-Related Disclosures on metrics, targets and transition plans.
2021 is set to be a landmark year for climate reporting. The G7 finance ministers have recently agreed to make TCFD reporting mandatory, more countries are likely to follow in the build-up to COP 26.
As global investors move to align their portfolios with net-zero emissions targets in time for 2050, what will be required to ensure systematic and meaningful progress? Join the Investor Agenda launch of the Investor Climate Action Plans (ICAPs) Expectations Ladder to find out.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair, Gary Gensler will discuss climate and its impact on global financial markets as part of the SEC’s 2021 Regulatory Agenda.
The session will present the key findings from the report “A Legal Framework for Impact” authored by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and commissioned by The Generation Foundation, PRI and UNEP FI.
A month after Earth Day and a major US-convened climate summit, and with just five months to go until COP26, how close are governments worldwide to implementing policies that will achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, and what should investors prioritise in climate policy advocacy?
The COP26: Investor Action on Climate Series hosted by the LSEG and PRI is a series of major global online events aimed at building momentum on action on climate change by the investment industry ahead of COP26 Climate Summit.
As investor net-zero targets and commitments gather momentum, this session will explore how investors can link their target setting to sustainability outcomes. The session will feature the work undertaken by members of the UN-Convened Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance.
During this session we covered the PRI’s roadmap for achieving net zero by 2050 in Japan.
This webinar will present findings from the analysis of climate risk in company financial reports commissioned by PRI and discuss the implications for future company engagement.
To begin this PRI Digital Forum, we will draw together these two critically important topics and highlight some of the approaches investors can take to achieve progress on both fronts.
The world faces numerous societal and economic challenges as it comes out of COVID-19 lockdowns, and these very issues will help investors to address potential crises of the future and understand ways to transition to green growth and recovery.
Join the TPI for a webinar on the Industrial and Materials sectors.
This webinar will provide the audience with an introduction to the TPI and their methodology.
The PRI is delighted to host this webinar and provide a chance for signatories to hear directly from the authors of these publications, their key findings and updated practical guidance on how to implement the Taskforce’s recommendations.
The likelihood of a sweeping U.S. climate policy being implemented has increased considerably in recent months. A wide range of proposals has been floated, and the Biden campaign itself laid out a comprehensive plan to tackle carbon emissions and climate resilience through a variety of statutory, regulatory and fiscal approaches.
During this webinar we will present the findings of the Transition Pathway Initiative’s (TPI) latest report on Energy with our academic partner, the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
The UN-Convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance which represents 5 trillion in AUM and has released its 2025 Target Setting Protocol for public consultation.
In this webinar we examine the implications of the IASB paper and what the accounting profession, investors and regulators will need to do to ensure that ensure companies declare profits consistent with a sustainable world.
The series aims to build momentum ahead of COP26 that will now take place in Glasgow in 2021. Given the challenges society, economies and the world face in coming out of COVID-19 lockdowns it is critical for investors to address potential crises of the future, and as part of that ...
The PRI is delighted to invite you to learn more about the fast growing private equity climate initiative: initiative Climat International, and how private equity players can take action on climate change towards COP26.
David Schwimmer, LSEG / Mark Carney, Former Governor of the Bank England / David Blood, Generation Investment Management
Sagarika Chatterjee, Director, PRI / David Harris, Head of Sustainable Business, London Stock Exchange Group & FTSE Russell
A forceful policy response to climate change within the near term is not priced into today’s markets. Yet it is inevitable that governments will be forced to act more decisively than they have so far, leaving investor portfolios exposed to significant risk.
In this candid interview, Jeremy Grantham, legendary investor and founder of Grantham, Mayo, & van Otterloo (GMO), gives his views on climate change, green technologies and the opportunities for investors in a low-carbon world.
The PRI convened 14 Climate Forums across 10 countries that engaged more than 1,350 investors, including 300 asset owners, to discuss how to ready portfolios for a low-carbon economy.
Investment in renewable energy is paramount to combat climate change – but how can we ensure that investment that is good for our planet will also be good for people?
This webinar explores the role of forestry in the fight against climate change, with a particular focus on how emissions trading schemes can provide opportunities to forestry investors and managers to make market returns while also generating positive environmental impact.
The PRI hosted a webinar on climate scenario analysis and the online PACTA climate scenario analysis tool. This tool, developed by 2⁰ Investing Initiative (2dii), was launched in September 2018 with the support of the Insurance Commissioner of California and the PRI.
Dr. Ma Jun provides an update on green finance in China, including the G20 Sustainable Finance Study Group and the Central Bank Network of Green Finance.
Current and former Chief Justices and leading Professors of law from around the world have endorsed a set of principles that set obligations for enterprises and investors in the face of climate change.
As a participant of the Financial Stability Board (FBS) Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD), the PRI has committed to align its reporting framework with the recommendations over several reporting cycles.
Delegates at this workshop-style session will hear from FSB Task Force members and have the opportunity to discuss: How can investors encourage companies to disclose better on climate? How can investors better use company disclosures? What can the PRI do to support signatories in this?
Introducing a new initiative to ensure the largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters reduce emissions and increase climate disclosures.
What have we learned from recent initiatives, and what is next?
The PRI, Global Footprint Network, MN, and Degroof Petercam discuss climate strategies for sovereign bond investors.
The PRI, BNP Paribas IP and The 2° Investing Initiative discuss climate strategy methodologies for corporate bond investors