What is SFDR?

What is SFDR? The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) was introduced in Europe to improve transparency in the market for sustainable investment products, prevent greenwashing and increase transparency around sustainability claims made by fund managers and...

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...

What PCAF and CDP Data Quality Scores Mean

Understanding your carbon emissions and complying with regulations starts with data. But what data do you need to collect and how do you know if it’s accurate or useful? The CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) and PCAF (Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials) have...

What is PCAF?

Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (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...

Data Collection for Financed Emissions

For financial institutions, every dollar they invest, every infrastructure project they fund, every company they support has a climate footprint. Under new disclosure regulations in the UK, EU, NZ and the US in the near future, financial institutions are responsible...

Inflation and the Energy Transition

High inflation is showing no signs of receding in the near term. For my friends and family, that means living with higher prices, cutting energy usage, choosing more efficient appliances, switching to electric boilers and perhaps finally investing in roof-top solar....