The Montreal Carbon Pledge is an initiative founded in September 2014 by PRI and UNEP FI – the financial initiatives of the United Nations Environment Programme – in Montreal, Canada, a few days after the United Nations Climate Change Conference. The aim of the initiative is to create greater transparency in the CO2 footprint of equity portfolios and to reduce this footprint in the long term.
German: Montreal Carbon Pledge (548)
Source: FNG Glossar m. e. E., 28.05.2019
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