Partnership between United Nations Environment and the global financial sector to promote sustainable finance
Principles for Responsible Banking
The Principles for Responsible Banking are a unique framework for ensuring that signatory banks’ strategy and practice align with the vision society has set out for its future in the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement.
Over 270 banks representing over 45% of banking assets worldwide have now joined this movement for change, leading the way towards a future in which the banking community makes the kind of positive contribution to people and the planet that society expects. This is a journey of unprecedented scale and scope at a time when such ambition is urgently needed.
Read the first Collective Progress Report showing early signs of progress as banks work to implement the Principles
An Alliance of banks representing over 40% of global banking assets committed to net-zero by 2050, consistent with a maximum temperature rise of 1.5°C. The banking element of the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ). Learn more
The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) is currently in beta-testing and UNEP FI is leading the pilots with financial institutions across geographies and sectors to ensure it meets the ambitious needs of the market. The pilots will invite financial institutions to participate in the design of the TNFD framework, providing lessons learned, recommendations and insights for future iterations. Learn more
Join nearly 50 banks and investors exploring ways to add depth, granularity, and nuance to their climate risk assessments, consolidate best practices in climate risk management, and standardize climate disclosures across the industry. Learn more