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PWC, EY, Bloomberg, Nestle & More Take on Veganuary's Workplace Challenge

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Leading accountancy firms PwC and EY, as well as media giant Bloomberg, are taking part in Veganuary’s Workplace Challenge and encouraging everyone in their teams to try vegan this January. They’re joined by Nestle, M&S and Quorn, whose senior leadership are also taking part, and many more forward-thinking businesses.

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Herbalife Nutrition in Partnership With Feed the Children: Committed to Ending Hunger

Herbalife Nutrition’s Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative works with global partners to help take hunger to zero
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Hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition affect billions of people every day, and according to the United Nations’ State of Food Insecurity 2020 Report, rates are rising. The pandemic will add as many as 132 million more people to the total number of the world’s hungry in 2020 alone. These numbers are alarming. The issue has become so prominent that the United Nations has named eliminating hunger as one of its sustainable development goals (UNSDG) for the coming millennium.

Bloomberg to Convene Third Annual Sustainable Finance Week

Five days of virtual events and editorial content dedicated to the mainstreaming of sustainable finance
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Bloomberg will convene the third annual Sustainable Finance Week (SFW) from November 30 till December 4 with five days of events and editorial insights to accelerate the mainstreaming of sustainable finance. This year SFW will take place virtually, allowing it to span key markets and time zones and bring together leaders from the worlds of finance, business, policy and technology and investors from across the globe.

Private Sector Considerations for Policymakers

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November 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The Climate Finance Leadership Initiative (CFLI), in partnership with the Association of European Development Finance Institutions (EDFI) and the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF), are working to identify discrete hurdles to climate finance in emerging markets; support public-private dialogue around those challenges; and highlight ways for the financial sector to help strengthen investment conditions.

Most of the World's Biggest Public Companies Support Climate Risk Disclosure

By: Todd Gillespie, Bloomberg News
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A task force set up to improve the reporting of financial risks caused by climate change has seen support for its recommendations soar in the past year as demand grew from investors for more information on how a warming planet will affect business. But disclosures by companies on the financial impact remain low, according to a new report from the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.

A $1 Trillion Manager's Europe Boss Says ESG Stood the 2020 Test

By Ksenia Galouchko
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Marie Dzanis, head of EMEA for Northern Trust Asset Management, says sustainable investing outperformed during market volatility and extremely rough economic conditions. 

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Marie Dzanis, head of EMEA for Northern Trust Asset Management, says sustainable investing outperformed during market volatility and extremely rough economic conditions. 

Bloomberg to Offer MSCI ESG Research Data on the Bloomberg Terminal

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NEW YORK, October 13, 2020 - Bloomberg announced today that MSCI ESG Ratings by MSCI ESG Research LLC is now available via the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg Terminal users can access this MSCI data and use it alongside Bloomberg’s broader functionality across the Terminal, complementing Bloomberg’s existing ESG data sets.

America's Pledge Reveals U.S. States, Cities, and Businesses Accelerated Their Climate Progress Despite Trump, Global Pandemic, and Economic Downturn

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Fourth annual analysis from America’s Pledge shows:
  • Bottom-up climate leadership has kept the U.S. on a path of climate progress; post-election federal leadership can put America back in alignment with the Paris Agreement
  • Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and recession, states, cities, and businesses can reduce emissions up to 37% by 2030 with or without help from Washington
  • Due to unprecedented leadership from non-federal actors, strong market forces, and overwhelming demand, the U.S. has passed a tipping point in its clean energy transition
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Fourth annual analysis from America’s Pledge shows:
  • Bottom-up climate leadership has kept the U.S. on a path of climate progress; post-election federal leadership can put America back in alignment with the Paris Agreement
  • Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and recession, states, cities, and businesses can reduce emissions up to 37% by 2030 with or without help from Washington
  • Due to unprecedented leadership from non-federal actors, strong market forces, and overwhelming demand, the U.S. has passed a tipping point in its clean energy transition

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