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Finance ClimAct, moving towards more sustainable financing

Finance ClimAct project supports savers, financial institutions and companies.
The programme aims to provide concrete tools to integrate climate issues into investment decisions, enabling financial flows to be aligned with energy-climate objectives and strengthening the resilience of the financial system to climate risks.

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  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Physical risks and adaptation to climate change in industry - Focus on WORKERS 29 April 2022

    Climate change, and in particular the increase in climatic events, will modify working conditions, both indoors and outdoors, and access to industrial sites, and increase the risks to workers' health and safety. These impacts will have consequences for industry, its activity and productivity, which must be anticipated and prepared for. ADEME has published a memo that presents the concepts related to physical risks for workers in the industrial sector, the factors to be considered and the existing tools. Download file

  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Physical risks and adaptation to climate change in industry - Focus on TRANSPORT 22 February 2022

    Climate hazards have an impact on the transport industry. ADEME has published a memo that summarises their nature, the methodological tools for measuring their impact and the factors to be taken into consideration in order to best adapt to these changes. Download file

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    EU non-financial reporting: What are the draft requirements of the EFRAG climate standard? 8 February 2022

    ESG and sustainability disclosure and reporting requirements for listed and non-listed companies are rapidly taking shape. The CSRD proposal was released in April 2021 and will replace the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). It is a transformative piece of legislation, targeting most large companies headquartered in Europe or listed on EU regulated markets and mandating standardised, audited corporate sustainability disclosures. The first batch of working papers related to European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) has been released the 18th of January 2022. Among other documents, the first ESRS on climate change is published, leveraging the TCFD recommendations, GRI standards and inspired by SBTi and ACT initiatives and referencing GHG protocols and ISO standards. EFRAG plans to deliver a full set of draft standards to the European Commission in 2022, which are expected to embrace the CSRD’s “double materiality” principle, covering both risks to and impacts of companies. Download file

  • Climate disclosure +2
    The Climate Transparency Hub publishes Memo 3, summarising the alignment and contribution analysis of its 2020 Annual Report, a study on the state of climate reporting practices, information and data. 3 January 2022

    The CTH has analysed the characterised reports of the 28 French institutions that took part in this voluntary participation in 2020 on their 2019 financial year. The study provides an exhaustive state of the art of their climate reporting and highlights the most advanced practices. This first study will serve as a reference to see how they are evolving. This memo, the last in a series of three summarising the main findings, focuses on the analysis of alignment and contributions and in particular - Greenhouse gas emissions associated with investments - Alignment assessment - Assessment of contributions Download file

  • An industrial Climate target setting +2
    Financial and extra-financial overview of corporate carbon reporting 18 December 2021

    This report presents an overview of the financial and non-financial reporting of a sample of French listed companies on climate issues. It focuses on three specific topics: the quantitative indicators used by companies to report on climate issues, the information communicated on carbon neutrality commitments for those that have made them, and finally, the accounting implications and climate-related information included in the financial statements. The report presents some good practices and highlights the efforts that are still needed to prepare for the strengthening of the regulatory framework. Download file

  • A financial institution Climate disclosure +2
    The Climate Transparency Hub publishes Memo 1 summarising the climate governance and strategy of its 2020 annual report, a study on the state of climate reporting practices, information and data. 9 December 2021

    The CTH has analysed the characterised reports of the 28 French institutions that took part in this voluntary participation in 2020 on their 2019 financial year. The study provides an exhaustive state of the art of their climate reporting and highlights the most advanced practices. This first study will serve as a reference to see how they are evolving. This memo, the first of a series of three summarising the main findings, focuses on climate governance and strategy and in particular - Governance and management of climate issues - Commitment of issuers - Climate strategy Download file

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  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Physical risks and adaptation to climate change in industry - Focus on WORKERS 29 April 2022

    Climate change, and in particular the increase in climatic events, will modify working conditions, both indoors and outdoors, and access to industrial sites, and increase the risks to workers' health and safety. These impacts will have consequences for industry, its activity and productivity, which must be anticipated and prepared for. ADEME has published a memo that presents the concepts related to physical risks for workers in the industrial sector, the factors to be considered and the existing tools. Download file

  • An industrial Low-carbon industry +2
    Physical risks and adaptation to climate change in industry - Focus on TRANSPORT 22 February 2022

    Climate hazards have an impact on the transport industry. ADEME has published a memo that summarises their nature, the methodological tools for measuring their impact and the factors to be taken into consideration in order to best adapt to these changes. Download file

  • +2
    EU non-financial reporting: What are the draft requirements of the EFRAG climate standard? 8 February 2022

    ESG and sustainability disclosure and reporting requirements for listed and non-listed companies are rapidly taking shape. The CSRD proposal was released in April 2021 and will replace the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). It is a transformative piece of legislation, targeting most large companies headquartered in Europe or listed on EU regulated markets and mandating standardised, audited corporate sustainability disclosures. The first batch of working papers related to European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) has been released the 18th of January 2022. Among other documents, the first ESRS on climate change is published, leveraging the TCFD recommendations, GRI standards and inspired by SBTi and ACT initiatives and referencing GHG protocols and ISO standards. EFRAG plans to deliver a full set of draft standards to the European Commission in 2022, which are expected to embrace the CSRD’s “double materiality” principle, covering both risks to and impacts of companies. Download file

  • Climate disclosure +2
    The Climate Transparency Hub publishes Memo 3, summarising the alignment and contribution analysis of its 2020 Annual Report, a study on the state of climate reporting practices, information and data. 3 January 2022

    The CTH has analysed the characterised reports of the 28 French institutions that took part in this voluntary participation in 2020 on their 2019 financial year. The study provides an exhaustive state of the art of their climate reporting and highlights the most advanced practices. This first study will serve as a reference to see how they are evolving. This memo, the last in a series of three summarising the main findings, focuses on the analysis of alignment and contributions and in particular - Greenhouse gas emissions associated with investments - Alignment assessment - Assessment of contributions Download file

  • An industrial Climate target setting +2
    Financial and extra-financial overview of corporate carbon reporting 18 December 2021

    This report presents an overview of the financial and non-financial reporting of a sample of French listed companies on climate issues. It focuses on three specific topics: the quantitative indicators used by companies to report on climate issues, the information communicated on carbon neutrality commitments for those that have made them, and finally, the accounting implications and climate-related information included in the financial statements. The report presents some good practices and highlights the efforts that are still needed to prepare for the strengthening of the regulatory framework. Download file

  • A financial institution Climate disclosure +2
    The Climate Transparency Hub publishes Memo 1 summarising the climate governance and strategy of its 2020 annual report, a study on the state of climate reporting practices, information and data. 9 December 2021

    The CTH has analysed the characterised reports of the 28 French institutions that took part in this voluntary participation in 2020 on their 2019 financial year. The study provides an exhaustive state of the art of their climate reporting and highlights the most advanced practices. This first study will serve as a reference to see how they are evolving. This memo, the first of a series of three summarising the main findings, focuses on climate governance and strategy and in particular - Governance and management of climate issues - Commitment of issuers - Climate strategy Download file

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Key figures :

1,000 financing actors trained on energy efficiency and low-carbon issues

9 most energy-intensive French sectors covered by a sector transition plan

100% of savers asked by their financial advisors about their environmental preferences

14 most emissive sectors covered by ACT initiative

10% of the market of eligible financial products covered by the Eco-label

18 million euros of budget

60 conferences, webinars and workshops to disseminate our work

The consortium