Eurosif considers international policy initiatives through the prism of where they can generate positive environmental and social outcomes with a renewed focus leading up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (‘COP26’).
ISS ESG data shows that the adoption of the European CO-defined EU Taxonomy and Principle Adverse Impact (‘PAI’) metrics has the potential to redirect capital towards companies with positive environmental and social impacts, both at a portfolio and market level. The outperformance is highlighted below.Link to resource Download source
Sectors: Buildings, Cross cutting, Finance
Country / Region: European UnionTags: Banks, citizens, climate change, conference of parties, economic capital, global climate, Industry Regulators, Institutional Investors, National Regulators, SMARTER, Supranational Regulators, United Nations
In 5 user collections: Green Home Investment Platform – Industry Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – National Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – Supranational Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – Institutional Investors , Green Home Investment Platform – Banks
Knowledge Object: Web Resource
Author: Eurosif, DWS, Universal Investment, ISS ESG, LGT, BNP AM, National SIFs