Briefing

Policy programme

COP-21 in Paris – a guide for investors

12.10.15

COP-21 could be a turning point in the world’s response to climate change – governments have decided that there will be an agreement. How strong this agreement will be is the vexing question for the little time left before the deadline. This guide introduces investors to the UNFCCC process. The Paris process has already made more progress than the Copenhagen process ever did. This guide explains why Paris will be a unique moment. It also introduces the “Paris Alliance”, the four pillars of the Paris outcome as we understand them. It previews the main content of the Paris Alliance, including possible outcomes in terms of the long-term goal, climate finance provisions and national climate plans, and finally gives our take on what this will all mean for investment.

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Letter

12.01.22

Policy programme

IIGCC publishes open letter calling for gas to be excluded from the EU Taxonomy

Summary

Consultation response

10.01.22

Policy programme

IIGCC response to DWP consultation on climate and investment reporting

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Consultation response

10.01.22

Policy programme

IIGCC response to FCA Discussion Paper on Sustainability Disclosure Requirements and investment labels

Summary

Consultation response

07.01.22

Policy programme

IIGCC response to IPSF consultation on a Common Ground Taxonomy

Summary

17.12.21

Cross programme

The Net Zero Investment Framework: Supplementary Target Setting Guidance

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