Climate Change

Beyond PRI: How (and Why) to Become a Climate Leader
Beyond PRI: How (and Why) to Become a Climate Leader 1024 678 Mantle314

Asset managers have flocked to become members of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). With climate change rising up the agenda, how will you stand out? Over the last decade, responsible investment has moved from fringe to mainstream. Asset managers have responded to new market dynamics and reassessed their investment processes to understand how ESG…

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2020 Teaches Pension Fiduciaries to Prepare for Climate Change
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Like the COVID-19 pandemic, climate-related events have the potential to impact pension investments and funding obligations, as well as day-to-day plan operations. The adversity that administrators have adapted to this year can provide lessons for building more resilient governance structures for retirement plans. 2020 has made us look more broadly at external risks that can…

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Achieving Paris-Alignment: New investor initiative provides blueprint for net-zero alignment
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A growing trend in the market amongst climate-aware institutional investors is a commitment to align their investment portfolios with the Paris Agreement, and contribute towards the goal of net-zero global emissions by 2050. To help investors achieve these objectives, the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change’s (IIGCC) Paris Alignment Investment Initiative, supported by 70 European…

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Top five takeaways from PRI’s first year of mandatory TCFD-based reporting
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PRI’s first year of mandatory climate reporting has shed light on the quality of disclosures by its investor signatories – asset owners and investment managers. One-fifth of these signatories chose to make their disclosures public and a quarter carried out scenario analysis. Non-European players were among the top 10 markets reporting on climate-related indicators. While…

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ESG and sustainability funds resilient in the face of non-traditional risks
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Throughout the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, major investment funds set up with ESG and sustainability criteria are outperforming the rest of the market, utilizing their experience with non-traditional risks. S&P Global Market Intelligence analyzed 17 exchange-traded and mutual funds, with more than $250 million in ESG-related assets under management, and found 12 of the 17 ESG…

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Answering your questions about TCFD and climate disclosure
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Looking to have your reporting aligned with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework? Not sure what to include in your climate disclosure? Recently, we held a webinar addressing these pressing topics and want to share with you our answers to the most popular questions that came up. Q: TCFD Drivers: There are…

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Solar panels installed on the territory of the petrochemical complex
Report on the financial risk of climate change in a transition to a low-carbon world
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Mantle314’s research paper for the University of British Columbia (UBC) highlights for investors how climate change science and risks translate into financial impacts. This report looks specifically at the energy sector, which contains the most high-risk companies because of their significant contribution to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from their ongoing production of fossil fuel…

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Preventing Disaster Before It Strikes
Preventing Disaster Before it Strikes
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This report profiles 20 best practices to be incorporated into the design and construction of new flood-resilient residential communities in Canada. Ensuring that new communities are built under the direction of these practices is necessary to combat ever-worsening extreme weather that, if not addressed, will result in costly and unremitting flood damage.

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Companies Can No Longer Hide Behind Their Climate Risk
Companies Can No Longer Hide Behind Their Climate Risk
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Investors and institutions are increasingly attuned to the impacts of climate change, and how it is fast becoming a cost of doing business. They are asking for more transparency on how companies are thinking about these risks. Companies have historically reported on environmental liabilities related to pollution. But with the introduction of stricter GHG policies and…

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Report on Legal Tools for Flood Resiliency
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The Institute of Catastrophic Loss Reduction and Mantle have released a report exploring legal tools that could be used to require private property owners in existing developments to better manage stormwater and protect against flood risk. It also offers a model bylaw that can be adapted by municipalities across Canada. Read more.

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