As the need for comprehensive and reliable ESG data becomes ubiquitous within the financial sector, Environmental Finance is rebranding its long standing ‘The Future of ESG Data’ conference series to ‘Sustainability Data Global Series’.
Last year saw us holding our largest Data conference to date, with over 400 registered delegates joining us in London and the launch of our first Americas edition of the conference happening in Washington D.C. in April. The continued expansion of this highly successful series highlights the ever-growing need for financial professionals to be up-to-date with the advancing Sustainability Data industry.
This one-day event returns to offer attendees unrivalled insight from leading experts in the field on all aspects of the ESG Data industry.
Join us in London on the 17th April to continue the conversation on the role of sustainability data in investing, disclosure and reporting.
If you are interested in partnering with us for these events, please contact Bryn Hossack at email@example.com, to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
We are proud that 58% of delegates who attend this conference are from investors and financial institutions.
Shaping the future of ESG data
ICMA draws up a 'Common Ground Taxonomy' for transition plans
The influential trade association wants issuer to act on transition plans before regulations arrive, and has provided a high-level tool to get the process started. Ahren Lester reports
Impact accounting framework released - with $236 per tonne cost of carbon
The International Foundation for Valuing Impacts has published two draft methodologies - on greenhouse gas emissions and adequate wages. Michael Hurley speaks with Daniel Osusky
The future of eDNA
Data provider NatureMetrics says demand is booming for its eDNA testing. Genevieve Redgrave visits its lab to find out more.
SFDR - still a work-in-progress
What would investors like to see from Version 2.0 of the EU's much-maligned Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation? Michael Hurley reports
ESG at the crossroads
Private markets firms are pioneering use of artificial intelligence (AI) to sharpen their ESG analysis, Chandini Jain writes