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S&P Global Sustainable1 matches customers with the sustainability products, insights and solutions from across S&P Global’s divisions to help meet their unique needs. Our comprehensive coverage across global markets combined with in-depth sustainability intelligence provides financial institutions, corporations and governments with expansive insight on business risk, opportunity, and impact as we work towards a sustainable future.

Materiality in Industry Context ESG Scores
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Materiality in Industry Context ESG Scores

With growing awareness of sustainability’s financial risks and opportunities comes increasing demand for transparency on a complex array of multi-dimensional and interconnected challenges

Second Quarter 2024 Edition: The Great Climate Balancing Act
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S&P Global Sustainability Quarterly: The Great Climate Balancing Act

In the latest edition of the S&P Global Sustainability Quarterly explores the major climate risks companies face and the opportunities a green transition presents.

Transition Tracker
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Transition Tracker

Essential clarity on the market risks and opportunities shaping the transition to a sustainable future

Essential sustainability questions, answered.

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Client Case Studies

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Net Zero 15 May, 2024

PenSam Net Zero Indices

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Banking 12 Jan, 2024

A Japanese Bank Digs Deep on Emissions from its Vehicle Portfolio

Climate change is the greatest long-term threat that we face as a global community.

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Institutional Investors 13 Jul, 2023

A Pension Fund Enhances Its Analysis of Climate-related Physical Risks

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Net Zero Commitments and Portfolio Decarbonisation for Financial Institutions
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Net Zero Commitments and Portfolio Decarbonisation for Financial Institutions

While many Financial Institutions have committed to reducing their portfolios’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and achieving ‘net zero’, less than half (45%) of the leading listed companies in the U.S. have a net-zero target, according to the S&P Global Sustainable1 Transition Tracker dataset. For those that have set commitments, not all are created equal.
Beyond ESG with Mid-Year Economic Outlooks
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Beyond ESG with Mid-Year Economic Outlooks

Sustainable1 Summit 2024
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Navigating Climate reporting: Aligning with CSRD and Addressing Materiality Challenges

This upcoming webinar on July 10 is designed to equip professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the complexities of climate reporting under the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).

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