IIGCC and investor members of its banks working group together with the Transition Pathway Initiative are developing a net zero assessment framework for banks. Latest analysis of 27 banks suggests the banking sector needs to substantially accelerate its decarbonisation efforts to align with a 1.5°C pathway.
The Assessing Sovereign Climate-related Opportunities and Risks - Project has been established to create a tool giving investors a common understanding of sovereign exposure to climate risk and of how governments plan to transition to a low-carbon economy.
This document sets out TPI’s position regarding the final TCFD guidance updates, amendments and additions as published in TCFD’s “Guidance on Metrics, Targets, and Transition Plans” document published in October 2021.
TPI Global Climate Transition Centre will provide free and publicly available in‐depth data on how 10,000 companies are aligning with a net zero pathway, significantly scaling existing coverage across global equity markets.
TPI research team based at the GRI LSE (Simon Dietz, Beata Bienkowska and Valentin Jahn) has prepared a technical submission to the TCFD Forward-Looking Financial Sector Metrics Consultation proposing a GHG target disclosure template.
TPI response to the TCFD consultation on two documents: Proposed Guidance on Climate-related Metrics, Targets, and Transition Plans and the associated Measuring Portfolio Alignment: Technical Supplement.
As we enter the ‘transition decade’, new research by the Transition Pathway Initiative finds that only 16 of 111 (14%) large publicly-listed industrial companies are aligned with an emissions reduction pathway that would keep global warming at 2°C or below. The combined market cap of the 95 industrial companies failing to align with 2°C or below by 2050 is over $856 billion.
This paper sets out TPI response on the move towards comprehensive reporting as proposed by CDP, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB).
Despite apparently bold moves by European oil & gas companies in recent months, no major fossil fuel energy company has aligned its emissions pathway with limiting climate change to 2°C, say $22 trillion-backed Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI)
New research from the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) reveals that just two of the ten largest mining companies are aligned with limiting climate change to 2°C. These 10 companies have a market capitalisation of over $350bn and contribute to annual carbon emissions of over 1.5 billion tonnes either directly or indirectly via their products.
This 2020 State of Transition Report from the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) is the latest in a series of annual stocktakes of the progress being made by the world’s biggest and most emissions-intensive public companies on the transition to a low-carbon economy.
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