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As COP27 sets the stage for progress with leaders from Government, business, and interest groups, S&P Global Sustainable1 brings together market participants to discover what’s needed to press further on partnerships, commitments, and best practices.

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Climate Week NYC is ending, and the United Nations Climate Conference known as COP27 is fast approaching. As the urgency to address climate change intensifies, financial regulators and supervisors are taking an increasing interest in climate change and the impact it is having on the financial system and the economy at large.

  • COP27: The Road to Addressing Climate Change

    COP27 is intended to be an opportunity for countries to report on the progress of their goals under the Paris Agreement on climate change to limit global temperature rises to 2 degrees C above preindustrial levels, and ideally to 1.5 degrees.

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  • Third-Quarter 2022 Edition: Turning Climate Goals into Action Sustainability Quarterly

    In this issue, we turn our attention to the topic of climate change as Climate Week begins in New York. Climate Week NYC is all about moving from ambitions to actions. In these pages you’ll find powerful, perceptive commentary about important climate-related issues impacting companies, countries and investors.

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  • 5 questions on the road from Climate Week to COP27

    Climate Week wrapped up last week in New York City. How did it play out, and what questions are we asking heading into COP27, the United Nations Climate Conference taking place in November?

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  • What landmark new US climate law means for emissions

    In this episode of ESG Insider, we take a deep dive into those measures and explore the implications for the goal President Biden set to cut U.S. emissions by at least 50% by 2030 relative to 2005 levels.

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  • COP27 countdown No. 5: Will COP remain relevant?

    In this special COP27 countdown series, Roman Kramarchuk, Head of Future Energy Outlooks, tackles the fifth, and perhaps, biggest question: with centralized climate decisions slowly giving way to individual national policies, will COP remain relevant?

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  • COP27 countdown No. 1: Can the world unite around climate right now?

    In this special COP27 countdown series, Dan Klein, Head of Future Energy Pathways, tackles the first, overarching question: amid the current geopolitical turmoil, can the world even unite around climate right now?

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