Regulations & Resources
Climate reporting by capital-markets participants
More investors are publishing their climate-related disclosures, mapping out plans for emissions reductions and setting climate goals. The reports illustrate a variety of approaches used by investors in aiming for net-zero within their organizations and across their portfolios.
- What the latest IPCC report means for investors
- About the COP26 climate summit
- What is the role of emissions trading?
- Climate-related regulations for the financial sector
- The significance of nationally determined contributions
- Financial industry climate alliances and initiatives
- Climate reporting by capital-markets participants
- A glossary for getting to net-zero
Toward a net-zero economy
Though approaches to climate-related financial reporting vary, taken together they highlight the growing support among institutional investors for aligning their portfolios and organizations with global climate goals, and show how such investors are rechanneling capital to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and help drive the transition toward a sustainable economy.
Aberdeen Standard Investments, Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures Report
AXA, 2020 Climate Report
BlackRock, 2020 TCFD Report
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, 2020 Report on Sustainable Investing
Futuregrowth Asset Management, Responsible Investing
Government Pension Investment Fund, Analysis of Climate Change-Related Risks and Opportunities in the GPIF Portfolio
Legal & General, 2020 Climate Report
MSCI, TCFD Report 2020
Nordea, Sustainability Report 2020
Climate Disclosure: Société Générale’s climate-related reporting following the TCFD and NFRD guidelines (Second Edition – October 2020)