webinar
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8 July 2021

Launch of Biodiversity Impact Analytics Database powered by the GBS®

Measuring the biodiversity impact of your portfolio: launch of Biodiversity Impact Analytics Database powered by the GBS®

2021 is a pivotal year for taking action to protect nature and biodiversity with the launch of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) and the upcoming COP15 on Biodiversity in China in October.

The involvement of the financial sector will play a central role as investment is a powerful incentive, and it must serve the preservation of biodiversity, just as it has served the fight against climate change. To do so,  reliable data are necessary to measure the impact of companies and portfolios on biodiversity. 

Reglementary framework quickly evolves to take into account biodiversity risks and opportunities and a growing number of investors are now commiting to report biodiversity impacts of their portfolios. 

Carbon4 Finance together with CDC Biodiversité, launches the Biodiversity Impact Analytics (BIA) Database powered by the GBS®. Combining experiences on climate data and biodiversity footprint methodology, this database will allow investors to assess the impact on biodiversity of their portfolio with a large coverage in terms of assets and markets. 

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Authors
Portrait of Jean-Marc Jancovici
Jean-Marc Jancovici
Partner
Portrait of Théophile  Anquetin
Théophile Anquetin
Senior Carbon Data Analyst
Portrait of Jules  Massin
Jules Massin
Senior Carbon Data Analyst
Portrait of Lou  Welgryn
Lou Welgryn
Senior Carbon Data Analyst
Portrait of Marc Abadie
Marc Abadie
CDC Biodiversité·Chairman
Portrait of Antoine Vallier
Antoine Vallier
CDC Biodiversité·Biodiversity footprint expert
Portrait of Valentin   Vigier
Valentin Vigier
La Financière de l’Echiquier·ESG Analyst
Portrait of Léo  Garnier
Léo Garnier
Rift·CEO
Portrait of Laurent Deborde
Laurent Deborde
Groupe Caisse des Dépôts’ Asset Management Division·Head of Equity Portfolio Management & Fund Selection at
Portrait of Antoine Cadi
Antoine Cadi
CDC Biodiversité·Head of Research and Innovation department