Policy guidance on market practices to strengthen ESG investing and finance a climate
While sustainable finance approaches are increasingly used by financial market participants,
a number of challenges still undermine and hinder the efficient mobilisation of capital
to support environmental, social and governance (ESG), and climate-related objectives.
These challenges include limited transparency and comparability of climate transition
and ESG methodologies and metrics. This document provides guidance for policy makers
and market participants seeking to strengthen ESG investing and finance a climate
transition through the use of quality metrics, ratings, targets and frameworks.
Available from October 05, 2022
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