EU's Path to a Standardised Sustainability Definition

EU's Path to a Standardised Sustainability Definition

In this video, Hannah discusses the challenges companies face reducing carbon emissions to reach the aims set out in the Paris Climate Agreement. She talks about the value and scope of the the definitions set out in the EU Taxonomy while acknowledging its limitations.
Overview

Finding a standardised definition of sustainability is seen by some as vital to a unified attempt at taking on climate change. The EU Taxonomy is the first effort to create a glossary of definitions and measurements, however, it is not without its limitations.

Key learning objectives:

  • When will we get a standardised definition for sustainability?

  • What is the EU Taxonomy?

  • What are the limitations of the EU Taxonomy?

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Hannah Duncan

Hannah Duncan

Hannah is a passionate and experienced copywriter, with a flair for all things finance. Hannah worked as the Senior Content Manager at Invest Click & Invest, before becoming a contributing writer for Hargreaves Landsdown and Fintech Finance where she wrote blogs, white papers and web copy for businesses - as well as articles for magazines and newspapers. Hannah now is the content writer & founder of Hannah Duncan Investment Content.

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