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4th Episode of Sustainability Bridges, the Eurosif Podcast

17 August 2022

 🎙️ 🌱 Sustainability Bridges is a Eurosif podcast aiming at bridging the gap between the policymaking and the practice of sustainable investing.

When listening to Sustainability Bridges, you can expect to listen to a 30-minute conversation between Eurosif Executive Director and a distinguished guest, about the EU Sustainable Finance framework; its long-term strategy, the related EU regulations and their future development, the challenges of implementation but also possible improvements.

Eurosif open letter in response to the ISSB consultation

29 July 2022

Today, Eurosif sent an open letter responding to the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) consultation [link], concerning the “general requirements for disclosure of sustainability-related financial information” (IFRS 1) and “Climate-related disclosures” (IFRS 2). Eurosif welcomes the opportunity to provide comments on some general and climate-related reporting requirements that are proposed in the exposure drafts under consultation, including suggestions as to where and how the requirements could be improved. Read more here>

Eurosif response to the EFRAG consultation on the ESRS

8 august 2022

Today, Eurosif submitted its response to the consultation on the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), as elaborated by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) [link]. Eurosif congratulates the EFRAG on the development of an ambitious and comprehensive reporting framework based on double materiality and encompassing the full spectrum of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG topics).

White Paper from Eurosif and the University of Hamburg

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12 July 2022

Classification Scheme for Sustainable Investments

Over the last few months, Eurosif and its SIFs members have worked together with Academics from the University of Hamburg to elaborate this White Paper. It captures the transition contribution of different investment approaches based on the notion of investor impact. Read more here>

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