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How a Local Government Funding Agency Drove Sustainable Infrastructure Investment in New Zealand

The New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA) set about establishing its Sustainable Financing Bond Framework to fund sustainable projects.

How an Energy Transition Company Further Solidified Its ESG Leadership

Holaluz, a leader in the energy transition movement in Spain, embarked on a journey to better communicate its ESG efforts to stakeholders.

How a Critical Minerals Company Forged Ahead With Its ESG Risk Rating

With aspirations to include environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) principles as a fundamental part of its business model, FYI Resources Ltd.

How a High Street U.K. Bank Reflected Its Values and Ethics Through ESG Ratings and Reporting

By receiving an ESG Risk Ratings License from Sustainalytics, The Co-operative Bank could better communicate how its ESG Risk Rating reflected its values, policies, and programs around environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues.

How a Malaysian Port Operator Effectively Measured Its Impact on Local Communities

Westports Malaysia wanted to understand the extent of its corporate impact on the local economy, as well as its contributions to the surrounding community. The company was aware that its operations affected the lives of nearby residents, but they wanted to quantify that impact with factual evidence.

How Norway’s Largest Bank is Using Its Sustainable Product Framework to Fund a Greener Future

DNB set out to solidify its existing sustainable product framework, stay current in an ever-evolving sustainable finance market, and identify projects that have material impacts on the environment.

How a Technology Firm Realized the Impact of its Wireless Power Product on Sustainability

How a Technology Firm Realized the Impact of its Wireless Power Product on Sustainability

Ossia Inc. needed a greater understanding of how its flagship product, Cota Real Wireless Power, influenced the environment, society, and the economy.

How Japan Airlines Took Transition Bonds to New Heights

How an International Airline Took Transition Bonds to New Heights

Japan Airlines (JAL Group) made sustainability and aircraft emission reduction a cornerstone of its corporate strategy, and in doing so, issued the aviation industry’s first transition bond.


How a Business Service Management Platform for Cloud and IT Evolved Its ESG at Strategic Scale

BMC Software gained the holistic view of its environmental, social, and governance efforts the company needed to measure its impact, understand how it could scale ESG programs, and communicate successes to stakeholders.


How Sydney Airport Successfully Piloted Sustainability-Linked Finance in Australia

Through sustainability-linked debt financing, and with support from Sustainalytics, Sydney Airport met its financing goals and demonstrated its commitment to continuous ESG improvement.


How a Telecommunications and Software Company Laid the Foundation for Its ESG Performance

By understanding its ESG position among industry peers, Windstream set a benchmark for improving its ESG targets and communicating sustainability accomplishments to key stakeholders.


How a Leading Infrastructure and Facilities Conglomerate Successfully Linked its Sustainability Ambitions to its Financing

In pursuing a sustainability-linked loan (SLL) and obtaining a second-party opinion on the KPIs tied to it, Downer secured credibility for its sustainability commitments, while also achieving its financing objectives.


How a Credit Union Analyzed Its ESG Gaps and Set Its Sights on Leading in ESG

The insights and data gathered from Sustainalytics’ ESG Performance Analytics reinforced First West Credit Union’s values-based approach to business and spurred the company to strive for additional positive impacts within its operations, for its members, and for its community teams.