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30 January, 2018
Events ESG Integration Across Asset Class Forum – 30th January 2018 – New York

Join CleanTechIQ, alongside Impax Asset Management, MSCI and Carbon Tracker Initiative, to hear expert speakers discuss their sustainable investment strategies and how they are integrating ESG to generate alpha, reduce risk and make a positive impact across the asset class spectrum. Our forum will bring together major pension funds, foundations, family offices, fund managers and leading consultants to discuss...

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28 February, 2018
Events Global Chemical Regulations Conference – 28th February – Washington

Make plans to join hundreds of your industry colleagues for unparalleled networking as we delve deep into the issues that directly affect your company’s business

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30 January, 2018
Events The Year Ahead: 2018 Sustainability Trends and How They’ll Impact Corporate Leadership. Webinar

Join us for a presentation of SustainAbility’s current thinking and a lively discussion between SustainAbility’s Executive Director Mark Lee and panelists:

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Case Study / 24 Jan 2018 Dana Investment Advisors

Trucost was commissioned to quantify the carbon and water intensities of Dana Investment Advisors’...

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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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Videos / 22 Jan 2018 EBoard: Unlocking Essential ESG Intelligence

Find out how EBoard can help meet the growing demand for robust environmental performance metrics.

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In The Media / 22 Jan 2018 Why the auto, chemical and electricity sectors are in line for a carbon pricing shock

Trucost research suggests up to 150 per cent of profits in the electric utilities sector could be at risk from carbon pricing rollout.

In The Media / 22 Jan 2018 ESG moves from the margins to the mainstream

Environmental, social and governance issues are often described by businesses and investors as “nonfinancial,” suggesting they have no materially significant impact on the bottom line, either as a risk to revenue or an opportunity for business growth.

In The Media / 18 Jan 2018 Trucost warns of potential hit to corporate profits from Paris Agreement

New policies and taxes aimed at helping countries meet the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change “could lead to significant losses” for many companies, according to Trucost.