Jennifer Wu, London-based Global Head of Sustainable Investing at JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses the uphill struggle of obtaining data to support sustainable investment decisions.
Measuring investment contribution to global sustainability remains challenging for asset owners.
More diverse board-level representation recognised as an advantage as firms face up to new systemic challenges.
Cardano Group to measure portfolio-financed emissions per pound invested.
NGFS paper suggests applying a ‘double materiality’ approach to biodiversity loss, identifies knowledge gaps among central banks and regulators.
Limiting global warming to 1.5 to 2 degrees will require a global carbon price of around US$75 per ton, says IMF, compared to only US$3 per ton currently.
Comprehensive reporting on all corporate emissions essential for investors, regulators and policymakers working towards low-carbon economy, says GRI.
UNJSPF intends to exceed NZAOA target, using divestment to achieve short-term portfolio-level emissions reductions.
Double materiality and data gaps go a long way to explain the range of results across providers, says Diane Menville, Head of ESG, Scope Group.
Roy Zimmerhansl, Practice Lead at Pierpoint Financial Consulting, explains why the securities lending industry needs to embrace adaption and customization in support of investors’ sustainability-led priorities.
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