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Category: Climate change

When making investing decisions, investors employ a variety of effects of climate change that are already being seen these days: According to the latest climate projections, extreme weather events will surge in the future. Events like cyclones and floods along with gradual fluctuations like sea level rise and desertification result in socio-economic qualities that will pose [...]
Climate data is information on a certain location's temperature, atmospheric conditions, precipitation amounts, and seasonal weather trends. Climate data is comparable to meteorological data, but it focuses on longer-term patterns, such as the average temperature in a nation over the last decade, rather than the last week. How is climate data collected? Climate data collecting [...]
Companies will explore new development possibilities and decrease their risk profiles by inventing and delivering solutions to meet the SDGs. Companies may utilize the SDGs as a framework to define, steer, communicate, and report on their plans, goals, and actions, allowing them to reap a variety of benefits. These are some examples: Identifying future commercial [...]
A few examples of projects that can help to decarbonizing the planet- Decarbonizing the built environment Decarbonizing  our built environment through carbon-negative development and making existing buildings more energy efficient may cut emissions while also supporting more egalitarian, healthier communities. We walk and drive across cities, towns, and villages every day, hearing about how climate [...]
ESG data may be used to inform investors about investment decisions by offering a clear picture of an organization and highlighting any possible financial hazards that are not obvious or may develop later. This data will also assist investors in ranking an organization's socioeconomic effect in comparison to similar organizations in the same industry. Finally, [...]

The Financial Stability Board established the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures to improve and promote the reporting of climate-related financial information (TCFD). Benefits of better disclosure Risk assessment Climate-related risks to your firm, its suppliers, and competitors are better assessed. Capital allocation Make better-informed decisions on where and when to allocate your capital. Strategic […]

SASB Standards define the subset of environmental, social, and governance issues that are most important to financial performance. They are intended to assist corporations in disclosing to investors financial-material sustainability information. Evidence-based research, broad and balanced participation from companies, investors, and subject matter experts, and oversight and approval by an independent Board are all part [...]
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