Public financial resources alone will not be adequate to limit greenhouse gas emissions to safe levels and build resilience to the impacts of climate change. Recognising this financial gap, public actors, such as governments, development finance institutions, and aid agencies, are considering how best to harness and redirect private sector investment towards activities that address climate change. The EU has just published its Green Taxonomy as one milestone in achieving sustainable growth.
While raising an additional US$ 0.7 trillion per year for green investments sounds challenging, to put it in perspective, the estimated damage attributable to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 alone is estimated at more than US$ 0.1 trillion in 2012 dollars (Porter 2012). Reconstruc- tion costs after the 2013 typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines is estimated to be US$15 billion (The Economist 2013).
As an investor we help you to establish your climate aligned investment Universe and calculate your carbon value at risk.
As a company we assist you in conducting your carbon assessment, create your gap analysis report regarding EU Taxonomy compliance
We also can provide carbon footprinting, offsetting strategies and advice on how to increase your green to brown ratio.
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