We provide the gold standard carbon and natural capital investment metrics that financial institutions need to assess the risks and opportunities presented by climate change, drive innovation, and capitalize on the transition to a low carbon, resource efficient economy.
Trucost is a pioneer of portfolio environmental analytics, from publishing the first carbon audit of an equity portfolio in 2005 to our extensive analysis of risks and opportunities today for clients with over $20 trillion in assets.
Trucost is increasingly asked to assess the positive impact of investments – from the ’greenness’ of capital allocation and its contribution to a low carbon transition to quantified carbon savings at an asset or portfolio level per $m invested.
Verification of green bonds is critical to ensure the rapidly growing market delivers on its potential to be a major capital driver of the transition to a low carbon, resource efficient economy.
Our gold standard carbon and natural capital investment metrics drive investment indices and products from leading institutions that deliver financial performance alongside reduced environmental risk.
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