The Impact Principles are a framework for investors for the design and implementation of their impact management systems, ensuring that impact considerations are integrated throughout the investment lifecycle.
Conversation with McKinsey partner Subu Narayanan and Hitachi ZeroCarbon CEO Ram Ramachander on his insights on the opportunities for digital net-zero businesses, the dynamics of overseeing start-ups within a larger
This whitepaper by the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group outlines how green market leaders by adopting an early market position, investing in green tech, and leveraging consumer willingness
This Supplement is based on the framework of the Natural Capital Protocol, a standard decision-making process written for business, made up of four stages covering ‘why’, ‘what’, ‘how’, and ‘what
A guide to prepare your organisation for the requirements of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. The comprehensive guide offers expert insights from leading voices in corporate sustainability reporting.
Huw Jones at Reuters describes the global framework set out in November 2021 to better police environment, social and governance (ESG) investment ratings and help combat ‘greenwashing’ in the fast-growing,
The establishment of a Loss and Damage Fund was, for many, the highlight of the United Nations Climate Conference (COP 27) and the culmination of decades of pressure from climate-vulnerable
The United Nations Global Compact–Accenture CEO Study offers a candid look at perspectives of more than 2,600 CEOs across 128 countries and 18 industries at the urgent opportunities and challenges
This report sets out the Bank’s latest thinking on climate-related risks and regulatory capital frameworks. The report includes updates on: capability and regime gaps; capitalisation timelines; and areas for future
Culture Amp’s complete guide to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the HR space. Culture Amp provide business tools that connects insights from every part of your employee experience.
SEE Change Happen is an Inclusion and Belonging consultancy, that specialises in working to ensure that organisations are culturally aware and sensitive to the needs of individuals. Joanne Lockwood is
This joint Discussion Paper (DP) from the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), the Bank of England and the FCA,looks at what role the FCA can most usefully play to support this
McKinsey senior partner Seth Goldstrom talks about the influence of transformation approaches in two areas: business building and reaching sustainability goals.
This report seeks to answer questions surrounding the net zero transition, mainly those pertaining to the economic and societal adjustments. Estimates are provided on what the net-zero transition would look
Commentary from the head of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, regarding the physical impact of climate change will lead to a major capital reallocation.
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