Constantine Pretenteris, Urgentem / Johan Falk, Exponential Road Map Initiative / Peter Sandahl, Nordea
We need to halve emission by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050 on a global basis. The Race to Zero initiative brings together a critical mass with this mission.
To align, companies must accelerate cutting of GHG emissions and scaling green solutions at an exponential pace.
Useful climate data and trustworthy, high-quality corporate disclosure that is both consistent and relevant is necessary. For this data to be useful for investor metrics and climate analytics, a strong foundation of raw reported data and a high level of standardisation is indispensable.
This ambition will require finance to rapidly enable this shift.
We need simplicity;
We need clarity;
We need sharpness;
We need to work together.
This webinar explores the full spectrum of climate transition KPIs from corporate reporting to investment climate risk analytics while taking a closer look at the Exponential Roadmap Initiative 1.5 Degree Playbook.
We will be exploring questions such as:
-Which KPIs can provide the building blocks for accurately measuring and managing a company’s climate transition risk?
-Are current climate transition risk KPIs good enough?
-How can we use existing leading sustainability frameworks such as SASB SICS, TCFD, CDP, SBTi to help with managing and measuring climate transition risks and opportunities?
This webinar is essential viewing for experienced and novice investors and corporations integrating climate risk into their disclosure and strategic frameworks.
Get jargon-free, practical guidelines for action in addition to insights about data and analytics that enable greater transparency and science-aligned methodologies, as well as clear guidelines of what climate data corporates should report.
You will also develop an understanding of how transparent data and methodologies can help assess climate risk and access practical insights into how to engage with corporates to improve their sustainability reporting and disclosure.
Nick Gaskell - Business Development and Ian Stannard - Engagement Manager
Element6™ is a dynamic and modular climate risk analysis and management solution with an onboard array of data and analytical functions.
The platform is a stand-alone cloud-based platform which enables users across the financial industry spectrum to clearly understand portfolio emissions, climate risks, opportunities, meet regulatory and fiduciary reporting requirements and navigate the transition to a net-zero world.
Join us live for a view of the features, capabilities, and analytics of the platform, presented by Business Development Associate, Nick Gaskell, and Senior Engagement Manager, Ian Stannard. This live demo will guide viewers through the seamless climate reporting, analytics and forward-looking functionality of Element6™ modules such as:
Carbon Conversations with James Cameron: the first place for independent, in-depth, ideologically non-aligned news, views and opinions about sustainable finance and investing from a practitioner's perspective.
For our first webinar of 2019, we are delighted to speak with Anna Hyrske, Head of Responsible Investment at Ilmarinen, and Carina Lundberg Markow, Head of Strategy, Asset Management and Sustainability at Folksam.
This is an opportunity for businesses and firms worldwide to get an insight into their future challenges by learning from sustainable investing pioneers in the Nordic market.
Participants will discuss the issues that are occupying their attention at the moment, as well as anticipating what the coming year may bring.
A few key questions to be addressed:
- What can the rest of Europe learn from the market-leading Nordics?
- What is your outlook for the year ahead? Which are the areas you are focusing on?
- How can industry leaders meet their commitments with better data and analytics?
Please send us any questions you have in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also have a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.
An introductory guide to climate change and investment, this guide outlines the key trends that every investor should know. We describe relevant climate change drivers and metrics, how to understand a portfolio's climate exposure and the fundamental steps investors must take when formulating an investment response to climate change.
Join us on the 18th October at 2pm to explore this guide with our CEO, Sam Gill, who will take you through our key findings and answer your questions relating to climate change and investment.
In this webinar, we discuss the financial implications of climate change legislation and litigation with Richard Saines, Richard Lord and James Cameron.
- Current trends in climate litigation
- Climate change and fiduciary duty, are they linked?
- Legal issues and their likely impact on US corporations and investors worldwide
- Risk mitigation in the era of climate change for investors and company directors
Richard Saines, Partner at Baker McKenzie
Richard heads the North America Climate Change and Environmental Markets Practice at Baker McKenzie. He is recognised by Chambers USA and Chambers Global as a leading climate change lawyer.
Richard Lord, Q.C. at Brick Court Chambers, London
Richard has appeared in and advised on numerous cases in tribunals at The Supreme Court and House of Lords. He co-edited the book Climate Change Liability: Transnational Law and Practice.
James Cameron, Chairman of Overseas Development Institute, and Chairman of Engaged Tracking
James has worked on climate change matters including the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Kyoto Protocol. He recently advised the Fijian presidency at COP23 in Bonn.
With regulation to limit carbon emissions increasing worldwide, low carbon investment strategies are a hot topic among our members. Research from Engaged Tracking has shown that investment strategies that ‘tilt’ away from carbon-intensive companies towards more carbon-efficient ones have been outperforming the market.
In this session we explore new approaches to low carbon investment, including:
- Snapshot of the current market
- Isabelle Delattre, CIO at Raymond James Asset Management, sharing insights on the process of designing a new ‘carbon momentum’ strategy
- Engaged Tracking’s approach: designing new low carbon investment strategies
Sam Gill, CEO of Engaged Tracking
Isabelle Delattre, CIO of Raymond James Asset Management International
Dr Ben Caldecott - Smith School, Oxford, Sam Gill & Pekka Piirainen - Engaged Tracking
This webinar will explore the recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-related FInancial Disclosures (TCFD) with a particular focus on how investors can implement scenario analysis.
1. Discussion of key trends in the market.
2. Learn more about what the TCFD recommendations mean for your organisation.
3. Gain insights from Engaged Tracking’s new TCFD-aligned scenario analysis tool.
4. Leverage insights from your peers in overcoming key challenges.
Dr Ben Caldecott, founding Director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme at the University of Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
- Ben will share his thoughts on TCFD and its implications
Sam Gill, CEO at Engaged Tracking and Pekka Piirainen, Senior Engagement Manager at Engaged Tracking
- Pekka will share insights from Engaged Tracking's TCFD-aligned Scenario Analysis tool
James Cameron, Chairman at Engaged Tracking
Special Guest - Local Authority Pension Fund Responsible Investment Manager; Sam Gill & Jonathan Harris, Engaged Tracking
Join other Local Authority Pension Funds on 8th March 11am to:
1. Learn more about key developments in the market that every fund manager needs to know.
2. Explore practical solutions for addressing climate change risk in pension portfolios, including responding to the TCFD recommendations.
3. Leverage insights from your peers in solving carbon-related investment challenges.
During the webinar we will explore:
- Key trends shaping climate change related financial risk.
- How to perform scenario analysis.
- Portfolio alignment strategies for a 2°C global warming pathway.
- Reducing 'Carbon price risk' while improving risk-adjusted returns in Local Authority Pension portfolios
Global family offices and high net worth individuals have over US$50 trillion in assets to deploy. By 2025, this asset volume is expected to surpass US$100 trillion. This group represents a powerful force for good in the financing of climate solutions and the transition of the financial system towards low-carbon investments, across all asset classes. This webinar will explore low-carbon investment strategies for private investors in the context of a market transition away from fossil fuels and the economy-wide decarbonisation targets reaffirmed in Marrakech.
Leading private wealth advisors are increasingly being asked to measure the impact of their strategies on climate targets, and to incorporate climate value creation metrics into their investment decision-making.
In this ET Index Research webinar industry experts will explain:
• Why leading wealth advisors are adjusting their strategies across asset classes to capture the upside of a market-led transition to zero carbon energy systems
• How family office investors and their advisors can protect their portfolios through the low carbon transition and use strategic capital deployment to accelerate an economy-wide transition.
• What impact private wealth investment decisions mean for the future of climate change policy action and the market-based transition away from fossil fuels.
James Cameron, Co-Chair, ET Index Research; Founding Partner, SystemiQ; Chairman, Overseas Development Institute
Sir Ed Davey, Chairman, Mongoose Energy
Richard Azarnia, Fluktuat family office
Carl Tishler, Direct Investor, former CIO, Infraventus Group