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New Directions in Sustainable Investing: Using Innovative ESG Metrics to Reinforce the Paris Climate Change Agreement

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New Directions in Sustainable Investing: Using Innovative ESG Metrics to Reinforce the Paris Climate Change Agreement

A growing number of investors want to ensure that their portfolios align with their environmental values in general and with their desire for action to address climate change in particular. And Interest in sustainable investing has boomed in the wake of uncertainty about the U.S. government’s commitment to the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Carbon A List Presents: Reversapalooza - Manifesting Climate Solutions

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Carbon A List Presents: Reversapalooza - Manifesting Climate Solutions

As part of Climate Week NYC, Carbon A List is pleased to present:
Reversapalooza: Manifesting Climate Solutions

Can business address climate change effectively – and redefine itself in the process?

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Can business address climate change effectively – and redefine itself in the process?

The climate is changing – and the case for business taking a leading role in defining how we address it is in beta test around the world. As organizations of various sizes around the world grapple with understanding carbon – and their footprint – a set of carbon metrics and financial instruments are emerging. 

Getting Down to Business: Corporate Climate Leadership

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Getting Down to Business: Corporate Climate Leadership

Leaders across a range of industries will discuss what's driving actions that address climate change across their value chain—from reducing carbon emissions, to deploying innovative financing, to investing in clean energy technologies.

This event is invite only.

ISO 14097 Standard Development Cocktail Hour

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ISO 14097 Standard Development Cocktail Hour

The ISO 14097 standard, planned for 2019 will provide technical guidance to financial institutions on climate-related metrics, in line with the recommendations of the TCFD, the provisions of Article 173 in France, and other climate-related disclosure requirements in preparation. The related working group has been launched in January 2017, and is co-convened by Stan Dupré (CEO of 2° Investing Initiative – commissioned by AFNOR) and Massamba Thioye (UNFCCC secretariat), with AFNOR acting as secretariat.

Corporate Climate Leadership: Best Practice in the Paris Agreement Era

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Corporate Climate Leadership: Best Practice in the Paris Agreement Era

Businesses have a crucial role to play in meeting the Paris Agreement. But with so many initiatives underway to influence corporate climate strategies – including Science Based Targets, RE100, deforestation commitments, carbon credits and green bonds – how do they all fit together? And what constitutes best practice for business in the new climate era?

The Current State of Corporate Disclosure on Long-term Risks

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The Current State of Corporate Disclosure on Long-term Risks

The 2° Investing Initiative (2°ii) and FCLTGlobal (Focusing Capital on the Long-term) are pleased to invite you Friday, September 22nd, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 900, New York, NY 10115

Lunch will be provided.

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DEVELOPING THE FRAMEWORK FOR NON-STATE ACTORS' CLIMATE ACTIONS

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DEVELOPING THE FRAMEWORK FOR NON-STATE ACTORS' CLIMATE ACTIONS

You are invited by ADEME, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat and the 2° Investing Initiative to our Climate Week event on Sept 21st, 2017 (3-5pm + cocktail).

Assessing the Current State of Carbon Disclosures

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Assessing the Current State of Carbon Disclosures

When it comes to carbon disclosure, companies struggle to provide meaningful, reliable metrics. Investors struggle with assessing climate risk within their portfolios. What does robust carbon disclosure look like today? What should it be in the future? How can companies close the information gap? And, how can investors get an accurate picture of climate risk?