AIGCC is involved in a number of regional and international collaborative projects and initiatives. AIGCC works with international policy makers and affiliated investor networks to develop investor tools and resources for managing climate change and its related risks.
The four regional climate change investor groups are AIGCC (Asia), Ceres (North America), IGCC (Australia & New Zealand) and IIGCC (Europe) who work collaboratively under the Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change (GIC).
Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change
The Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change (GIC) is a joint initiative of four regional climate change investor groups: AIGCC (Asia), Ceres (North America), IGCC (Australia & New Zealand) and IIGCC (Europe).
The coalition have come together to provide a global platform for dialogue between and among investors and governments on international policy and investment practice related to climate change.
The four investor groups that make up the GIC have agreed to partner on global carbon policy initiatives, agreements and projects to deliver better investor and climate action outcomes.
Visit www.globalinvestorcoalition.org for more information.
Climate Action 100+
Asian investors have joined more than 310 global investors with over US$32.5 trillion in assets under management to engage the world’s largest emitting companies to act on climate change.
Climate Action 100+ launched by five investor organisations in Paris at the One Planet Summit 12 December 2017 hosted by President Macron, is a new five-year project harnessing the weight and influence of global investors to engage the worlds largest greenhouse gas emitting companies on climate action.
Visit www.climateaction100.org for more information.
About Climate Action 100+
The Investor Agenda
The Investor Agenda calls on global investors to accelerate and scale up the actions that are critical to tackling climate change and achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. It is a comprehensive agenda for investors to manage climate risks and capture low-carbon opportunities, and a mechanism to report on their progress in four key focus areas: Investment, Corporate Engagement, Investor Disclosure and Policy Advocacy.
The agenda has been developed by Asia Investor Group on Climate Change, CDP, Ceres, Investor Group on Climate Change, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, Principles for Responsible Investment and UNEP Finance Initiative.
Visit www.TheInvestorAgenda.org for more information.