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Tag: taxonomy

PRI Statement on EU Sustainable Taxonomy

PRI STATEMENT: EU SUSTAINABLE TAXONOMY CLIMATE DELEGATED ACT COVERING GAS AND NUCLEAR ENERGY 9 February 2022 The European Commission has adopted the EU Sustainable Taxonomy complementary...

EU Commisson criticized for classifying nuclear and natural gas as green

Today the European Commission presented a Taxonomy Complementary Climate Delegated Act on climate change mitigation and adaptation covering certain gas and nuclear activities (refer...

EU Taxonomy and the Nuclear Energy and Gas-Fired Power Issue

Elise Attal, Head of EU Policy, PRI, and Jan Vandermosten, Senior Policy Analyst, PRI provide insights why the inclusion of gas-fired power and nuclear...

Russian Federation adopts green taxonomy

Matches 100g CO2 gas-power threshold in EU Parliament’s approved ActClimate Bonds Initiative welcomes taxonomy as “in line with international best practice” Yesterday at COP26, the state...

Taxonomies emerging around the globe

The development of taxonomies as a common language to classify economic acitivities and assess how sustainable they are. "The EU taxonomy is a classification system,...

Taxonomy-related sustainability disclosure | Eurosif

Victor van Hoorn, Executive Director, Eurosif: "We are broadly supportive of the proposal of the ESAs regarding the amendments to the regulatory technical standards...

Eurosif welcomes proposal on the taxonomy and the corporate sustainability reporting

On 22 April, as the EU institutions reached an agreement on the landmark EU Climate Law enshrining the 2030 and 2050 GHG reduction objectives...

Eurosif very supportive of European Single Access Point (ESAP)

European Commission Consultation on a European single access point (ESAP) for financial and non-financial information publicly disclosed by companies | Eurosif, the European Sustainable Investment...

The EU Taxonomy – Fostering an honest debate | Eurosif

With their short paper on the Taxonomy Eurosif aims to dispelling myths around the Taxonomy as they are concerned by the poor quality of discussions...