This webinar, co-hosted by UNEP FI and PRI, will bring together leading actors from the U.N.-Convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance to present the second edition of the Alliance Target Setting Protocol (TSP2). The authors of the Protocol will discuss key adjustments to the first edition, including: Expansion of asset classes (target setting on infrastructure) More…
The session will begin with an overview of the report “A Legal Framework for Impact” authored by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and commissioned by The Generation Foundation, PRI and UNEP FI. A presentation of key findings from the legal analysis of UK investment regulation will follow.
With trillions of dollars in AUM committed to Net Zero at COP26, this Investor Agenda webinar will provide an update on how investors can operationalise and report on progress against net zero goals across the institutional investment chain.
UNEP FI, along with The Government of Suriname, SDG Joint Fund, UNDP, UNFPA and FAO will deliver a series of training sessions on Environmental and Social Risk Analysis (ESRA) for Suriname; Trainings will take place online in English on 1, 8, and 15 February, 2022.
This Investor Agenda webinar in partnership with Initiative Climat Internationale (ICi), will assess how asset owner capital allocated to private markets can align with Net-Zero goals. With global assets under management in private equity now standing at around $3 trillion, this capital has an essential role to play in achieving climate goals this decade.
Aimed at banks, institutional investors and insurers who are at the beginning of their journey in addressing nature loss, this webinar will introduce how nature is connected to climate change and finance, as well as introducing key concepts and initiatives.
Join UNEP FI, PRI, the EU Finance@Biodiversity Community and the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge to hear about positive stories and the latest innovations for financing nature. Bringing together inspiration for the new year, we will be celebrating finance projects and mechanisms which aimed towards the protection, recovery and resilience of nature.
ESG regulatory changes are coming from all corners, proxy seasons becoming more bold, and financial institutions are grappling with diversity and inclusion within their own organisations at the same time as responding to fundamental change regarding racial equality and workplace equity in their portfolios. Will these changes suffice for the US to align its ESG…
This meeting convened by Good Food Finance Network, which will be held on 19 November 2021 between 13:00 and 15:00 CET is designed to kick-start a fruitful dialogue and collaboration between private and public banks to scale up finance for sustainable food systems. Our intention is that this event will mark the beginning of collaborative…
UNEP FI’s TCFD programme is launching a Comprehensive Good Practice Guide to Climate Stress Testing. The report aims to provide a detailed user guide for financial institutions looking to understand the climate stress testing and develop plans for effectively executing them.
UNEP FI, the Union of Arab Banks (UAB) and the Tunisian Professional Association for Banks and Financial Institutions (APTBEF) have partnered to deliver a series of workshops on climate risks, opportunities, and disclosures focusing on the Tunisian Banking industry.
Alas20, CentroRS, PRI, Moody’s, ESG Solutions and Governart, with the collaboration of UNEP FI, CECODES, FundSociety and Santiago organized the second Spanish-American Congress on Responsible Investment. The webinars took place in Spanish on 16, 17, 18 and 19 November.
Join this UNEP FI webinar to discuss how African investors and their global partners can begin to use the Investor Climate Action Plans (ICAPs) Expectations Ladder to start the decarbonisation process and jumpstart a green recovery.
This COP26 side event will bring together leading experts in the net zero and sustainable finance space to discuss what is needed to align all finance flows with Paris Agreement goals and ensure impact in the real economy.
This session focuses on how we can mobilise both public and private financial flows from banks, insurers and investors, towards a sustainable ocean industry that offers an immense potential for climate change mitigation and adaptation, using key frameworks and initiatives, including the Sustainable Blue Economy Finance Principles – to rebuild, renew and replenish the ocean – for people and planet.
In this episode, Charles Emond, CEO of CDPQ and Guy Cormier, CEO of Desjardins address net zero targets, climate risks, greenwashing, systemic change, business opportunities and the energy transition with Nili Gilbert, Chair of the Investment Committee at the David Rockefeller Fund
Throughout COP26, the UN Environment Programme’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative will focus on progressing the sustainable insurance agenda through the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance it convenes.
The COP26 summit will bring governments, civil society and the private sector together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Find out what UNEP FI is doing at COP26 to bring the latest climate commitments made by UNEP FI members to the attention of policymakers.
Partners European Association of Co-operative Banks The European Association of Co-operative Banks (EACB) represents, promotes and defends the common interests of its 27 member institutions and of cooperative banks, with regard to banking as well as to co-operative legislation. Founded in 1970, today the EACB is a leading professional lobbying association in the European banking…