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Mina Tumay

Mina joined Responsible Investor in 2021. Before RI, she worked at the Ethical Journalism Network and wrote articles for different media outlets mainly on topics of politics, social justice, and sustainability. She completed a Master’s Degree in Journalism at SOAS in 2020 after graduating from King’s College London in 2019 with a BA in Film and Politics.
ESG incorporation in sovereign debt is beginning to gather momentum, but many sovereign investors are still struggling to acquire robust data – and to use it effectively when they do.
In this webinar, experts from Carbon Intelligence will discuss how to select the right net zero commitment for your firm and offer recommendations for navigating the key questions when defining your net zero target.
In this webinar, with market leaders in ESG, we explore the critical issues for ESG and the growing popularity of debt that rewards borrowers for meeting ESG targets.
In this ESG Leaders interview, Tycho Sneyers, a Managing Partner at LGT Capital Partners, joins Tony Hay to discuss LGT Capital Partners' 2021 ESG Report.
ESG incorporation in sovereign debt is beginning to gather momentum, but many sovereign investors are still struggling to acquire robust data – and to use it effectively when they do.
Philip Morris International's Low-Carbon Transition Plan, which provides a transparent and detailed view on how it plans to achieve its climate ambitions, measure success, and report on progress. 
In this paper Qontigo and Clarity AI review some of the most prominent impact management and measurement frameworks developed by leading institutions around the world with the aim of identifying a baseline for what constitutes impact investment.They compare the current state of “impact-branded” investment practices by listed equity investors to the criteria identified in the baseline, in order to assess the level of misalignment in the interpretation of impact in theory versus practice.Importantly, the paper includes recommendations on how the investment community – including investors, regulators, financial service providers, and non-profit organizations – can address this issue.
Navigate The Process Of Making A Net Zero Emissions TargetThe research addresses the following questions:        What strategies can firms adopt to achieve net zero emissions?        What is the current state of net zero targets amongst FTSE 100 constituents?        What are the critical success factors in making net zero commitments?Some headline stats within the research:        71% of FTSE 100 firms have set a net zero emissions goal for between 2025 and 2050.        At present, the SBTi has ratified the net zero emissions goals of 35% of FTSE 100 firms, which is less than half of the 71% with a publicly disclosed net zero emissions target.        17% of FTSE 100 constituents plan to achieve net zero emissions within the next 15 years.        Financial data provider S&P Global found that capturing CO2 in environmental projects has the capability to offset less than 50% of current emissions.
American Electric Power’s 2021 Corporate Accountability Report marks our 15th year of sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure, demonstrating our commitment to reporting on the company’s progress towards a sustainable energy future. The report’s theme, “Building a Clean Energy Future Together”, highlights AEP’s commitment to delivering clean, reliable and affordable energy to our customers, while also empowering positive change in the communities we serve. It also comprises of an ESG Data Center, which includes a three-year trend on 250+ of the most requested ESG metrics; our SASB report; GRI Report; and access to our Climate Impact Analysis Report – a TCFD report.
How Triodos Food Transition Europe Fund made a difference in 2020

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