For Ethical Partners the learnings are constant in both a both formal and informal way. In terms of formal learning, Robyn, our Head of Sustainability recently completed a University of Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership Sustainable Finance Course and our Sustainability Analyst, Georgina Murray, received a scholarship to study an Oxford University SAID Business School Impact Investing Program . Both of these courses provided our team with the chance to learn and to collaborate with other investors to debate, tackle and discuss the challenges and the opportunities we collectively face.
It is very clear as we emerge from COP26 that a focus on impact is absolutely crucial to addressing both our global challenges and our global goals, as well as Ethical Partners' own targets, commitments and purpose.
In this article Georgie discusses her Oxford course, her reflections on her learnings, the challenges and crucial nature of understanding impact, and how Ethical Partners continues to learn and evolve its focus on the impact of our investments.
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Ethical Partners are pleased to see Australia take the next steps to implement mandatory climate reporting with the release of draft climate standards, which we provided feedback on.
Ethical Partners have continuously called for the provision of high quality, comparable data on company’s climate governance and carbon metrics, which we believe is imperative for investors to fulfil the potential of responsible investment.
Ethical Partners have been proud to have been active supporters of the TNFD Forum over the past few years, and to provide regular feedback on the development of the official TNFD recommendations, which were launched in December, as well as to be active members of the RIAA Natural Capital Working Group.