The launch of EU Taxonomy marks a foundational change in how institutional investors, asset managers and corporates will assess and determine low carbon investment directions, climate risk and new opportunities.
The Taxonomy has implications far wider than the EU and will gradually influence regulatory standards, regional guidelines and investor behaviour in multiple jurisdictions.
In the first of a new series of online presentations, Sean Kidney invites TEG Taxonomy Rapporteur, Nathan Fabian, and Taxonomy Usability Lead, Helena Viñes Fiestas to have an in-depth discussion on:
Who will be affected by the new EU Taxonomy?
What are the implications for investment in electricity, transport, buildings, etc?
Is it wishful thinking or is it practical?
Can the Taxonomy serve as the framework for post-virus stimulus packages?
To be followed by nine “In-Depth Webinars” over the following weeks, April to May. Stay tuned!