This past week, organized events were held across New York City for Climate Week and the United Nation’s Climate Action Summit. These events were designed to inspire business, government, and nonprofit leaders to accelerate the transition to a nature-positive future.
Our team at Ksapa based in NYC attended UNGA and “Climate Week” last week. We’re not on track meeting the Global Goals. But in the dangerous climate situation we find ourselves in, it’s important not to leave any option aside. There are options worth implementing to maximize carbon sequestration and protect nature. Let’s do it.
As part of our advocacy activities, we regularly speak to influential audiences who are in a position to contribute to a fairer, more sustainable economic world. Feedback on a plenary session at the annual ” Understanding and Changing the World ” seminar at Essec business school.
The implementation of the CSRD from 2024 poses a number of challenges for companies now subject to extra-financial reporting. In 3 questions, Ksapa shares its experience in organizing this essential process as efficiently as possible.
Collecting and analyzing data on and from vulnerable populations is a black hole today, in a world focused on Big Data and the growing use of Artificial Intelligence. A glaring example of this paradox is the statistical understanding of the 600 million farms under 2 Ha, on which a good quarter of humanity depends.
Last week, the UN General Assembly, in response to a series of requests from Pacific countries that are directly affected by climate change upheaval, adopted a resolution requesting the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to provide an advisory opinion on States’ obligations concerning Climate Change.
If there is one report on climate change that you need to review, it is this one. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the synthesis report under its Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) on 20 March 2023. The report summarises the state of knowledge of climate change, its widespread impacts and risks, and climate change mitigation and adaptation, based on the peer-reviewed scientific, technical and socio-economic literature since the publication of the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) in 2014 and the 2018 IPPC report. The next one will be in 2030…
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.