In this course, you will focus on understanding climate change and the risks and opportunities that it creates for businesses in the 21st century. You will analyze the current impacts of climate change on a global scale, and the investment shifts that are required to achieve a net-zero economy. Next, you will analyze the role of climate disclosures and their importance in ESG.
The University of Pennsylvania (commonly referred to as Penn) is a private university, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. A member of the Ivy League, Penn is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States, and considers itself to be the first university in the United States with both undergraduate and graduate studies.
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來自ESG AND CLIMATE CHANGE的熱門評論
Great Content. Everything there's to know about Climate Change, Sustainability, Green Legal Governance and Circular Economy. Expert Lecturer.
Good overview of concepts related to ESG. Provides numerous case studies from businesses, governements and other actors in the space. Coherent presentation and progression of the course.
Well-researched and useful information, very practical with real and true case studies. The sincerity and competence of Sarah Light in the presentations is very moving indeed.
I learn a lot from this course. It's an eye-opening knowlegde! Thank you
關於 The Materiality of ESG Factors 專項課程
This specialization will provide learners with the fundamentals and history of ESG investing, and a close examination of the set of investment approaches that are informed by environmental, social and, governance factors. You'll about the five pathways of materiality, and how those interplay with or against ESG performance. You'll review the concepts of positive and negative screening and identify the ESG factors that cause investors to divest from or negatively screen certain assets.