Tag Archives: Climate transition

The critical role of insurers in the net zero pathway

The insurance sector plays a key role in the energy transition both in terms of who and how they write policies and as investors. And they have sustainability challenges.

Mission Report 2021

On the occasion of the publication of our latest mission report, we look back at our journey from Ksapa’s adoption of the quality of ‘mission company’ to the publication of this report.

Fossil fuels and ESG: the paradox of double standards

Stuart Kirk, global head of responsible investment at HSBC, was fired for downplaying the market impact of climate change. But his intervention describes what is going on around fossil fuels

Silent No More: Embedding Data Protection In Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence

Ksapa reviews the implications of the EU Digital Services Act for Human Rights Due Diligence and outlines a way forward for organizations to embed data protection in Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence.

Impact Measurement & Smallholders’ Transition to Regenerative Agriculture

Ksapa analyses the benefits of leveraging impact measurement for regenerative agriculture mainstreaming to smallholders, and shares insights

3 Learnings From the Ukraine Crisis, Making Structural Changes Happen

The war in Ukraine is putting pressure on the fragile gains of international law as well as the timid climatic efforts undertaken in recent years. The war in Ukraine is dramatic, yet predictable. Ksapa therefore encourages its community of companies and investors to ponder the following 3 learnings.

Climate Stress-Testing: Challenges, Best Practices and Methodologies

Ksapa reviews climate stress-testing methodologies and best practices in a webinar based on the results of the ACPR’s 2020 pilot.

Can Net Zero Approaches Frame Climate-Constrained Economies?

Can Net Zero Approaches Frame Climate-Constrained Economies?

Concerns as to the efficacy of Net Zero targets are fully justified. Ksapa offers analysis and tips to get your neutrality strategy right.