We collaborate and provide leadership to arrive at better long-term outcomes.
Along with our extensive research on sustainable investing, we partner with leading organizations to educate ourselves and provide leadership on asset-management perspectives.
A voluntary framework by which investors can incorporate ESG issues into their decision-making and ownership practices.
Addresses the world's biggest sustainability challenges by inspiring its network to integrate ESG practices and influence meaningful policy change.
Develops disclosures for use by companies in providing information to relevant stakeholders.
The 17 goals and 169 underlying targets aim to increase global economic growth, decrease inequality, and promote peace and justice.
Non-profit industry leader setting standards for impact investing across asset classes.
A global platform for impact investors serving individuals, family offices, foundations, and funds.
Manages a global carbon disclosure system that provides company, city, and regional leaders with data for making critical environment-related decisions.
Heat, drought, wildfire, flooding, water scarcity. These are just a few of the physical risks of climate change that may have profound effects on capital markets.
We are working with Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC), the world’s leading independent climate research institute, and CalPERs, one of the largest US public pension funds, to study the physical effects of climate change on capital markets and asset prices and to integrate those findings into the investment process through a series of geospatial maps.
In 2016, faculty at Harvard Business School (HBS) conducted a case study on Wellington Global Impact for use in the school’s MBA curriculum. Wellington collaborated with HBS, and, since the study's completion, has sent team members to join class discussions on impact investing in public equities.
In 2018, faculty at The Fletcher School, Tufts’ graduate school of international affairs, taught the HBS case study on Wellington Global Impact and invited Wellington to conduct additional workshops on impact investing and measurement.
Few companies know how to disclose their plans for managing the physical risks of climate change, something investors and regulators increasingly demand.
We've teamed up with CalPERS on a framework called "P-ROCC" to help management teams integrate climate science scenarios into strategic planning and disclosure.
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