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Essential Sustainability Questions, answered.

Climate Week NYC 2023

What’s needed to advance the transition, now?

Advancing the Transition

What does a world in transition look like – and how do we navigate it?

During Climate Week NYC 2023, S&P Global Sustainable1 will convene sustainability focused representatives from corporations, banking, investment management, and government to explore what’s needed to advance the transition, now.

Our teams will be participating in live and virtual events, producing podcast episodes, and offering written insights to inform the conversation with Essential Sustainability Intelligence.


Please kindly note that this event is not open to media. If you are a reporter and would like to arrange an interview with an S&P Global Sustainable1 spokesperson, please contact

In-person Events

Climate Conversations

Speakers: Advancing the Transition

Join us at the Nest Summit on September 20th to hear cross-industry specialist perspectives on what’s needed to advance the transition, now.


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The Nest Summit, Javits Center NYC - 4th Floor, 38th Street & 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Join us to gain important insights as you take steps to accelerate progress.

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Chemical Strategic Reports

Chemical Strategic Reports from S&P Global deliver critical and comprehensive analysis of high-profile topics in areas of key interest to the chemical industry, such as carbon management & energy transition, plastic circularity & recycling, technology & feedstock and growth in chemicals.

Advancing the Transition

Join S&P Global Sustainable1 at the Nest Summit at the Javits Center on September 20.


Our Insights

  • 360° of Climate – Indices for Every Objective

    S&P DJI is at the forefront of innovative climate index design, leveraging the strength of climate datasets created by S&P Global Trucost.

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  • Investment Themes from S&P Dow Jones Indices:

    Incorporating world-renowned datasets and accounting for global standards, these indices span assets classes to deliver a 360-degree view of ESG risk, opportunity and impact.

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  • Net Zero Solutions from S&P Dow Jones Indices

    For climate-focused investors seeking to align with the guidelines set out by the Paris Agreement to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, we offer a robust and growing series of market indices.

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  • How the world’s largest companies depend on nature and biodiversity

    New research from S&P Global Sustainable1 finds that many of the world’s largest companies have a significant dependency on nature across their direct operations.

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  • Amid urgent climate warning from IPCC, few companies globally have net-zero targets

    While more of the world’s large companies have set net-zero targets in recent years, they are still the exception rather than the rule, according to the S&P Global Sustainable1 data.

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  • How global food producers are responding to rising water stress

    Cropland faces growing water stress around the world. Is sustainable agriculture a priority for food producers?

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  • Adaptation planning is the next step for companies to prepare for climate risk

    Only one in five companies has a plan in place to adapt to the physical risks of climate change, according to S&P Global Sustainable1 data.

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  • Fast on fashion, slow on sustainability: Clothing companies and the circular economy

    The fashion industry has been slow to embrace a sustainability trend gaining traction in many sectors, including retail: the circular economy.

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  • Beyond ESG with Transition Outlooks at Climate Week and COP28

    What key trends are impacting progress toward both near- and long-term sustainability goals?

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In the latest edition of the S&P Global Sustainability Quarterly, we explore how the world’s sustainability challenges are interconnected.


Contact us

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