Sustainability insights for companies, financial institutions, regulators and thought leaders.
Trucost and Aegon analyzed the carbon footprints of three fixed income investment portfolios.
China’s existing accounting system fails to effectively evaluate the environmental costs arising from infrastructure projects and industrial operations, leading to a serious underestimation of commercial and investment risks.
Some investors may think environmental risks are way off into the future, but others are clear that these costs are hitting companies now.
Natural capital valuation can strengthen the hand of those that want to prove the business case for sustainability.
Companies need to understand the real value of water and the business risks of increasing water scarcity.
Green bonds could have a crucial role in enabling the transition to a green economy, according to discussions at a Trucost webinar.
Converting physical data to monetary values using natural capital valuation can help companies get more value out of product lifecycle analysis.
The apparel sector could benefit from using natural capital accounting to help it manage the growing environmental and reputational risks it faces.
Trucost's clients are looking at the carbon performance of their holdings and using the insights to offer new products, integrating carbon risk into decision-making and engaging high-risk firms.
Trucost believes there is a need for much more robust and transparent quantification of the environmental benefits of green bonds.
We need to treat plastic as a valuable resource which is kept in use, benefiting us all, rather than being wasted and letting nature pick up the bill.
Natural capital valuation offers water companies a new lens through which to understand, in business terms, looming environmental challenges.
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Richard Mattison took the stage at #WEF2020 in Davos this week to present our latest research on #climaterisk. Chec… https://t.co/vV4WuajNaa