Six sovereign wealth funds which collectively represent more than USD 3 trillion in assets have committed to only invest in companies that factor climate risks into their strategies, thereby helping to achieve the climate goals of the Paris Agreement.
Given the size, long term investment horizons of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), and investmentparis agreementSWFTCFD Read More
A new report from CDP and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) shows a gap between the way companies identify climate-related risks and opportunities, and how they are preparing to tackle them. The research into 1,681 companies across 14 countries and 11 sectors disclosing to CDP looks at the four areas of disclosure identified by the Task Force on CDPclimate riskFSBTCFD Read More
UN Climate Change News, 21 February 2018 -The failure of 59 of the world’s largest banks to recognize climate risks and opportunities threatens to undermine efforts to support the transition to a low-carbon economy. This is the key finding of a report by Boston Common Asset Management report titled "Banking on Bankingparis agreementTCFD Read More
Climate Action 100+ Press Release
Paris, 12 December 2017 - 225 of the most influential global institutional investors with more than USD $26.3 trillion in assets under management today launched a new collaborative initiative to engage with the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters so these companies step up their actions on Climate Action 100+GICHSBCLaetitia Tankweparis agreementTCFD Read More