Why Startups Need to Consider ESG Factors

We know startup founders already have a lot on their plate, but ESG factors should be a priority from the beginning. Here’s why.

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3 Ways Startups Can Impress Investors

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are becoming increasingly important to investors. As a result, startups seeking funding are being asked to demonstrate their commitment to ESG principles.

What is SFDR?

What is SFDR?

SFDR requires fund managers to establish ESG investment principles, integrate sustainability risks, assess adverse sustainability impacts, and promote environmental or social characteristics.

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Ways2H ESG Assessment Score

Ways2H ESG Assessment Score

If you’re a startup, the chances are that the ESG topic will soon be on the agenda in discussions with investors and talent. According to Harvard Business Review, building an ESG process into your private business has more impact on investor uptake and improves commercial terms than for listed firms.

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What is the Net Zero Banking Alliance?

What is the Net Zero Banking Alliance?

The Net Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) is a global coalition of banks and lenders that are committed to supporting and aligning with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change by helping to finance the transition to a net zero carbon economy.

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What is PCAF?

What is PCAF?

The Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF) is a global network of financial institutions, investors, and other stakeholders committed to developing and promoting a common approach to carbon accounting for the finance industry.

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