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  • Climate disclosure Climate disclosure platform
    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

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    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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    ADEME publishes the summary of the sectoral transition plan for the cement industry in France 23 November 2021

    In order to meet the objective of the National Low Carbon Strategy (#SNBC), which aims is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 81% by 2050 (compared to 2015) for the entire French industry, the Industry Department of the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (#ADEME) is drawing up Sector Transition Plans (STPs) which model and analyse possible decarbonation trajectories for the nine most energy-intensive sectors, including the cement industry. Through a co-construction process with the sector's stakeholders, it emerged that the technological and economic challenges for decarbonising the #cement sector by up to 81% are significant. With its 360° vision, the STP also explores the inseparable aspects of the transition: market evolution, costs, financing and jobs. Download file

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    CLIMATE IMPACT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CIMS): A METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING A CLIMATE STRATEGY IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 25 October 2021

    The objective of the CIMS is to help financial institutions design climate strategies with a high impact on climate change mitigation. It is particularly useful for financial institutions that have made long-term commitments (i.e. "Net Zero" commitments) and wish to implement short-term strategies to meet these commitments. CIMS can be applied at the level of the financial product, the business line or the institution as a whole. Although it is primarily designed for financial institutions, it can also be used as a basis for developing labelling or certification schemes for financial products. Download file

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    AMF publishes the first conclusions of the Climate and sustainable Finance Commission (CCFD) on the carbon neutrality of companies 19 October 2021

    The purpose of the AMF's CCFD report is to accompany companies in the development and implementation of their climate strategy. Find out about best practices regarding carbon neutrality initiatives, resulting actions and how to report on the efforts made. Download file

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    AMF publishes a second study on "The readability of information on responsible investments" 12 October 2021

    This second study conducted by the AMF highlights the fact that individuals express a strong need for education and transparency in order to strengthen awareness and confidence in responsible investments. Download file