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10 Jun

Three things: COP21 to CEM7, Mercer, climate risk Featured

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Three things this week:

  1. If you think COP21 was just another media event think again

    Last week I was invited to participate at CEM7 (7th Clean Energy Ministerial), hosted by the USin San Francisco. CEM’s 23 member countries sent their energy leaders and the European Union, and the WBCSD (i.e: powerful global company network addressing climate/sustainability). The group, representing 90% of all clean energy investment and 75% of global carbon emissions, met to set concrete programs and funding mechanisms to achieve the COP21 commitments. Go here for an executive summary of what happened.

  2. Mercer Investment Consulting announced two initiatives

    At CEM7, Mercer Investment Consulting announced two initiatives: with the Center for International Environmental Law, to help U.S. public pension fund fiduciaries understand legal and economic risks in high-carbon investments; and with Divest/Invest Philanthropy on the range of clean energy/climate investment products available to 140 foundations and other investors representing $12 billion in total assets. Both projects will rely on the Mercer climate change investment study, found here.

  3. What's your ESG score?

    In a recent survey of 1000 investment professionals, the Bloomberg ESG rating was ranked the most used (53%) followed by DJSI at 44%.  Do you know your ESG score ? No matter what it is today, we can help you raise it. Go here to sign up your custom ESG scorecard.

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Susan Sheehan, MBA, CRS-P, TSM-VSP

Vice President Sustainability

Susan leads client engagement for iCompli’s Sustainability Services. She has advised on or led sustainability strategies for corporations such as Algonquin Power/Liberty Utilities, Conestoga Meat Packers, Kraft Foods, Titanium Corp., Newalta and US Silver & Gold. She is a frequent sustainability strategy speaker in North America, Europe and Asia, and expert panelist for clean technology and sustainability reporting. Susan is a Verification Service Provider for the Mining Association of Canada's TSM sustainability framework, and has an MBA from Richard Ivey School of Business.

Contact via email

Phone: 1-416-708-2164

 

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