Sustainability insights for companies, financial institutions, regulators and thought leaders.

In the second of a series of blogs, Trucost's Global Head Financial Institutions Business explores how insights from behavioral economics could be used to revolutionize ESG investing.

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Trucost's analysis of the latest data on carbon disclosure gathered by the investor-led CDP environmental data disclosure initiative from companies in 2017.

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In the first of a series of blogs, Trucost's Global Head Financial Institutions Business explores how insights from behavioral economics could be used to revolutionize ESG investing.

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Trucost's CEO Dr Richard Mattison examines the evidence that climate risk analysis can deliver enhanced returns and reduced risk over time.

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As part of a series of articles for the Singapore Stock Exchange's ESG newsletter, Trucost outlines the considerations for companies when choosing a sustainability reporting framework.

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More companies than ever before are setting carbon reduction targets, but much greater ambition is needed to achieve the two degree goal to limit global warming in the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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Pricing carbon risk provides a strategic link between environmental and financial performance, strengthening the business case for proactively mitigating climate-related risks.

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New framework helps market participants stress test environmental risks and incorporate them into financial analysis.

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Companies are under growing pressure from investors to disclose these risks and how they may affect their financial performance.

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The Sustainable Development Goals give meaning and purpose, not just to corporate sustainability programs, but to an organization’s business objectives.

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Carbon pricing can help companies understand and manage the regulatory risks of climate change, enabling them to demonstrate to investors how they are preparing for business in a low-carbon world.

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Trucost collaborated with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and the Green Finance Committee to assess and quantify the environmental externalities of major sectors in China and publish a tool for banks and other market participants to assess the potential internalized costs and environmental risks of their investments, using the aluminum sector as a case study

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