In partnership with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), UNEP FI’s TCFD Programme has released two new reports designed to help financial actors manage climate risks and support client transitions to net-zero. This launch event will cover the key takeaways from the recently released reports. Experts from UNEP FI and CISL will provide guidance on principles for integrated assessment of physical and transition risks with sector-specific examples, as well as discuss best practices and recommendations for climate-related assessments with clients. The event will also feature a panel discussion with financial institutions on leading strategies for client engagement. Descriptions and links of the newly launched reports can be found below.
Climate tango: principles for integrating physical and transition climate risk assessment with sectoral examples
This report has developed theoretical principles and practical steps for the implementation of an integrated assessment of physical and transition risks with examples of sectoral analysis. Download here.
Leadership strategies for client engagement: advancing climate-related assessments
This report has been created to assist financial institutions to better structure climate-related assessment processes to improve engagement and net zero transitions with real economy clients. Download here.
- Eric Usher, Head, UNEP FI
- Nina Seega, Research Director, CIS
- Bronwyn Claire, Senior Programme Manager, CISL
- Annabel Ross, Senior Programme Manager, CISL
- David Carlin, TCFD and Climate Risk Lead, UNEP FI
- Meng-Lian Lily, Project Manager, CISL
- Andrea Lamadrid, Sustainable Finance specialist, CaixaBank CIB&IB
- Daniel Rentería, Sustainability & CSR Manager, Eiffage