Events

Connecting the Environment and Finance Through Natural Capital – Dublin 29th April

The financial policy landscape is evolving in response to environmental risk. How can Ireland leverage the natural capital approach to drive investment from capital markets towards better management of assets? Join authors of the Natural Capital Protocol from S&P Global (Trucost) and eftec for a workshop that explores the trends in regulation and market-based incentives,

The financial policy landscape is evolving in response to environmental risk. How can Ireland leverage the natural capital approach to drive investment from capital markets towards better management of assets?

Join authors of the Natural Capital Protocol from S&P Global (Trucost) and eftec for a workshop that explores the trends in regulation and market-based incentives, examines the connections to corporate natural capital assessments, and maps out the pathway to ESG performance.

Richard Mattison – Chief Executive Officer & Steven Bullock – Global Head of Research at Trucost, part of S&P Global will be speaking at his event.

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Registration is free, please RSVP to events@naturalcapitalireland.com if you would like to attend

25 September, 2019
Events Sustainable Investment Forum – New York – 25th September

As finance becomes the number one focus for the UN SDGs, what is your organisation doing to invest in our future?

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8 July, 2019
Events Plug and Play Europe Sustainability: July Deep Dive – 8th July – 10th July – München Germany

Please join us for the first ever Plug and Play Europe Summer Summit. This event will combine the ecosystems of six different Plug and Play programs to showcase technology trends and corporate innovation pain points within each respective industry. The result will be a large but focused event with tremendous opportunity to connect with...

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Events Web-conférence: De l’Article 173 Loi TECV aux stress tests TCFD: 14 mai 2019

Suite à l’entrée en vigueur en 2016 de la loi française sur la transition énergétique pour la croissance verte, les investisseurs institutionnels français ont établi un reporting « ESG-Climat » qui se base, par exemple, sur l’empreinte carbone ou la part verte/brune. Proposées également par la Task force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) comme...

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