Consultation response

Policy programme

IIGCC response to UK Treasury Committee consultation on green finance

04.09.20

The UK Treasury Committee relaunched its inquiry on how and whether the UK’s response to coronavirus should take the Government’s net zero carbon emissions by 2050 target into account.

The Committee invited evidence to address whether HM Treasury’s support packages to business should distinguish between companies based on how much they pollute, should HM Treasury be directly funding green infrastructure as part of its coronavirus spending package, and what policies should HM Treasury change due to coronavirus in order to facilitate the transition to meeting net zero.

It was submitted to the Treasury Committee on behalf of IIGCC on 27 August 2020.

Latest Resources

Other

04.10.21

Cross programme

Call for participation: Climate metrics and data

Summary

Investor guide

23.09.21

Investor practices programme

Building Resilience to a Changing Climate: Investor Expectations of Companies on Physical Risks and Opportunities

Summary

Position paper

15.09.21

Corporate programme

Net Zero Standard for Oil and Gas companies

Summary

Statement

14.09.21

Policy programme

Global Investor Statement to Governments on the Climate Crisis – 2021 update

Summary

Consultation response

13.09.21

Policy programme

IIGCC response to FCA consultation on enhancing climate-related disclosures by asset managers, life insurers, and FCA-regulated pension providers

Summary