A Case for Net Zero in Private Equity 

November 16, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

There is strong support for net zero across the financial sector, but the number of private equity firms making public commitments remains low. This does not reflect a lack of ambition from private equity but rather confusion over application to private equity and what public commitments may require.

So how can private equity investors get started? This guide introduces iCI’s new signatory roadmap. It builds on existing recommendations and encourages iCI members to commit to aligning with a net-zero trajectory and contributing to a low carbon economy.


Download the full guidance document below.

Read the full article at: www.unpri.org


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