Global Decarbonization and the Critical Role of Financial Institutions

When it comes to addressing climate change, financial institutions are in a unique position. With the influence to encourage emissions reductions among investees and borrowers, they offer an avenue through which wide-scale decarbonization can be pursued.  

Banks, lenders and investment houses need to address their own enterprise-level emissions, but they are also expected to report the emissions tied to their portfolios. A challenging but necessary step in the global journey to net zero, portfolio emissions are rapidly becoming a focus for climate-related reporting.      

Our eBook, Global Decarbonization and the Critical Role of Financial Institutions, explains why it’s crucial for financial institutions to assess their portfolio emissions. It also looks at new tools that can help them conduct this exercise more efficiently. The eBook is an essential read for: 



  • Banks
  • Lenders
  • Real estate brokers
  • Investment houses
  • Finance companies
  • Insurance companies


Download the eBook today.

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