Ksapa is leading a working group of 12 international investment funds and investment companies to strengthen their consideration of human rights issues. An opportunity to come back and clarify the EU’s DNSH principle. Demonstrating that investments “do no significant harm” is a cornerstone of the EU’s sustainable finance framework. Learn in practice how to apply this principle in this article.
Tag Archives: Climate transition
Forced labor has been documented in a wide range of green technologies, including solar, wind and lithium-ion battery production. Ksapa is coordinating with investors, buyers and stakeholders using a 5 step approach to design open source guidelines enabling business community to engage meaningfully their business partners and mitigate risks associated to their operations.
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.
The link between climate, development and infrastructure is unalterable and firmly anchored in the 2030 Global Goals Agenda. Factoring pertinent climate trajectories and embedding human rights remain critical challenges. Ksapa’s operational experience with various donors, project owners and project managers across a wide range of markets leads to several lessons shared in this article.
Kisaco Research interviews Farid Baddache, CEO & Co-founder, Ksapa, on accelerating the transition to regenerative practices.
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.
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
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.
Ksapa analyses the benefits of leveraging impact measurement for regenerative agriculture mainstreaming to smallholders, and shares insights
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.