Unveils 100 companies in key sectors that investor participants have engaged, along with the investors who are calling for urgent nature action
Nature Action 100, the first global investor engagement initiative to address the urgent crisis of nature and biodiversity loss around the world, unveiled a list of 100 companies in key sectors in which 190 institutional investor participants – representing $23.6 trillion in assets under management or advice – will engage.
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Initiative unveils key sectors that investors will engage companies from and invites investors to participate in the initiative
The Launching Investor Group and Secretariat behind Nature Action 100, the first global investor engagement initiative to address the urgent nature crisis and its impact on long term shareholder value, released a set of timely and necessary corporate actions that will protect and restore nature and ecosystems and mitigate financial risk. Continue reading “Nature Action 100 releases investor expectations to support urgent corporate action on nature loss”
Participating investors will focus on mobilizing companies deemed to be systemically important to the goal of reversing nature and biodiversity loss by 2030; the initiative is encouraging investor signatories to participate ahead of its spring 2023 formal launch.
MONTREAL — During a main stage session today at the 15th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15), a group of institutional investors announced the formation of Nature Action 100, a new global engagement initiative which focuses on investors driving urgent action on the nature-related risks and dependencies in the companies they own.
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A new collaborative global investor engagement initiative set to ‘soft’ launch later this year has announced today that the Secretariat and Corporate Engagement work stream will be co-led by the sustainability advocacy nonprofit Ceres and the investor network Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC). The Finance for Biodiversity Foundation and the financial think tank Planet Tracker will co-lead the initiative’s Technical Advisory Group. Continue reading “Secretariat selected for collaborative global investor engagement initiative to drive nature action”