Of all the methods emerging for measuring impact, climate impact analysis is arguably gaining the most importance in the investment world. Measuring impact generally has been considered a subjective decision, given the lack of consensus on which factors to consider and which should take priority. Most ESG experts agree: there are quite a number of different definitions under this catch-all term.
As regulations tighten around climate, accurate and scientifically-validated climate impact measurement methods will be of utmost importance to companies and investors looking to comply with new standards and remain in good standing with increasingly savvy customers. Luckily, new tools are emerging that incorporate cutting-edge science and data analytics into user-friendly tools for investors. These new tools are far more capable of making accurate predictions on which companies will be leading the market in the coming years.
Listen in as Boundless Founder & CEO Michele Demers shares these insights and more from our upcoming white paper, “Climate Impact Measurement: Assessing our Uncertain Future.” This is one you won’t want to miss.
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 EST
On December 8-10, 2020, Inclusive Fintech 50 will host a series of virtual sessions exploring the current state of inclusive fintech. Across five curated discussions, industry leaders including investors, fintech founders, and ecosystem supporters will explore topics related to financial resilience, serving hard-to-reach populations, helping customers cope with the pandemic, and how fintechs are adapting to new challenges. The event is free to attend but space is limited so register early.
It has been five years since the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted by all United Nations Member States; at the heart of which are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The next decade has been dubbed as a ‘decade for action’ by the UN to achieve the SDGs. To support this agenda, Kopernik has been conducting lean experiments to identify solutions that can effectively contribute to solving the challenges articulated in the SDGs.
The Solutions Catalog is a summary of results and learnings from lean experiments conducted by Kopernik since 2016. The platform provides an overview of:
The unmet need, or the problem that the experiment sought to address
The solution that was tested;
The experiment design that was implemented to test the effectiveness of the solution;
The results of the experiment;
Additional considerations that need to be taken into account for the solution to be adopted (such as cost effectiveness, ease of use);
An ‘Effectiveness Rating’ – which is the degree to which the solution addressed the unmet needs.They are pleased to invite you to the launch of Kopernik’s Solutions Catalog on Tuesday, 8 December 2020 at:
14:00 (GMT+7, Jakarta, Bangkok)
15:00 (GMT+8 Bali, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur)
16:00 (GMT+9, Tokyo, Seoul)
06:00 (GMT, London, Dublin)
Please register via this link to join this launch event. They will then send you a Zoom link prior to the event.They hope to see you there!
Time: 2:00 AM EST