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Responsible Investor ESG in APAC Jan 24 cover
Inside: Taxonomies take off in APAC; Getting to grips with supply chains; Plus expert comment and analysis from industry leaders and much more…
Inside: Emission impossible? How investors hope to keep the Paris Agreement alive at COP28; Can the voluntary carbon market ride out the storm?; Plus expert comment and analysis from industry leaders and much more…
Inside: How nature is finally clawing its way onto investors' agendas; Pressure grows on asset owners over biodiversity; Why there are great expectations for TNFD; Expert comment from UBP and STOXX; Plus much more...
Inside: ESG data – do you have enough to build a sustainable investment strategy?; Are ESG data demands hurting emerging markets?; Spotlight on supply chains; Expert comment and analysis from Ortec Finance, Morningstar and Bloomberg; Plus much more…
Inside: The measures investors should be thinking about on the road to a low-carbon future, from agriculture and industry to energy and transport; Plus expert comment and analysis from industry leaders; And much more...
Getting to net zero by 2050 is going to take more than just a few tweaks - it will make the financial system unrecognisable.
Practical guidance and opinion about how COP26 and the EU sustainable finance agenda impact the investment decisions and reporting responsibilities of asset owners, investment managers and service providers.
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. 
The sustainable business movement is a prolific generator of new terms. From SRI to ESG to impact, now to TCFD and TNFD and Net Zero, one can easily be overwhelmed by detail.
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.

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