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Measuring investment impacts
The Investment Leaders Group (ILG) has developed an original framework to allow the industry to quantify investment impacts. Our aim is to enable a ‘revolution’ in consumer choice in financial services. This means making the social and environmental impacts of investment transparent to financial consumers in the same way that health and other concerns are apparent to food consumers today.
Located in Business Action / Sustainable Finance / Investment Leaders Group
Physical risk framework: Understanding the impact of climate change on real estate lending and investment portfolios
22 February 2019 – The ClimateWise Physical Risk Framework demonstrates how the expertise and tools of the insurance industry can support other parts of the financial system to understand their physical risk exposure.
Located in Resources / Sustainable Finance
Environmental risk analysis by financial institutions – a review of global practice
September 2016 – The G20’s new Green Finance Study Group asked the Cambridge Centre for Sustainable Finance to serve as Knowledge Partner and make recommendations on how to integrate environmental risk into mainstream financial decision-making.
Located in Resources / Sustainable Finance
Unhedgeable risk: How climate change sentiment impacts investment
November 2015 – This report analyses how shifts in market sentiment induced by awareness of future climate risks could impact global financial markets in the short term.
Located in Resources / Sustainable Finance
The ClimateWise Principles
Located in Business Action / Sustainable Finance / ClimateWise (Insurance)
Virtual investment experiment indicates informed consumers choose sustainable funds even with reduced returns
22 October 2019 – A new study has shown that when given clear social and environmental performance data, consumers display an appetite for sustainable investment even with lower returns.
Located in News / News items