Skip to main content

It’s Not Just Wildfires and Hurricanes: Extreme Heat Is a Silent Killer for Companies

Extreme heat could account for 65% of North America’s productivity losses by 2030, Sustainalytics says.

Beakers and test tubes lit in moody blue-green and reddish background

Regulating 'Forever' Chemicals: Examining Company Readiness and Investor Risk

Chemical companies face growing pressure to phase out some of the most hazardous substances from their product portfolios. Learn how well companies manage related risks and what upcoming regulations could mean for them and their investors.

Arrows pointing to top right on blue-white gradient background

Webinar Replay | Product Governance Risk: Navigating One of the Most Common ESG Issues

Join Morningstar Sustainalytics for a panel discussion about ESG risk exposure, what this means and how to manage. In this webinar, we will focus on how Sustainalytics identifies drivers of product governance risk.

null

Mandatory Scope 3 Emissions Reporting in the U.S. and Canada: Most Companies Are Unprepared

Learn just how prepared U.S. and Canadian companies are for the proposed scope 3 emissions disclosure rules and how investors can leverage engagement to help companies meet the various challenges of GHG emissions reporting.

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.

Policy Responses to Climate Change: The EU’s Fit for 55 Package and Its Implications for Companies and Investors

Governments need to be more decisive to slow global temperature rise. The EU’s Fit for 55 package, with its ambitious targets for energy-intensive sectors, is an example of the required policy response needed to decarbonize global economies.

Downed power line and utility pole after storm

An Analysis of Financial Losses and the Near-Term Physical Risks of Climate Change

Using data from our Physical Climate Risk Metrics, we discover which sectors are most vulnerable to physical climate risks and the regions contributing the most to those risks.

ESG Policy Perspective: Regulatory Developments from Across the Globe

ESG Policy Perspective provides investors with an overview of the most recent regulatory developments across the globe on regular bases. In our first publication, we examine the evolving taxonomy frameworks across APAC, UK and EU regions and upcoming disclosure requirements for investors.

ESG Risk Ratings 360

ESG Risk Ratings: A 360° Review

This paper, in partnership with Natixis, is the first of three papers that will provide valuable insights on the potential economic and societal benefits of aligning with ESG standards, as well as the potential costs and disruptions.

Biodiversity is the foundation of our natural capital and at risk from business activities. However, while there is regulatory and market momentum to mitigate biodiversity loss, businesses are generally not acknowledging or addressing the risks.

Risk and Opportunity in Biodiversity: How Sustainable Finance Can Help

This article outlines how biodiversity loss poses material risks to business and how it connects to many other issues that companies can’t ignore. In addition, it covers how biodiversity conservation presents substantial economic opportunities, and how businesses can address and access these opportunities by issuing linked instruments that integrate biodiversity considerations.

Sustainalytics Podcast

ESG In Conversation: How do Businesses, Governments and Investors Fit into the Circular Economy?

How do businesses, governments, and investors fit into the circular economy? Learn about the challenges and opportunities of a circular economy in this episode of ESG in Conversation.

Webinar Replay | ESG in the Lifecycle of a Private Company: How Stakeholder Demands Drive Sustainability in Private Markets

Learn how various stakeholders are utilizing sustainability information and how this information impacts a company’s value proposition and valuation.

Sustainable Investments: The Asset Manager’s Handbook for EU Interpretation and Implementation

Sustainable Investments: The Asset Manager’s Handbook for EU Interpretation and Implementation

This ebook looks at why the current definition of sustainable investments causes confusion and how sustainable finance can be practically interpreted and implemented by asset managers in the EU.

Seattle skyline in a smoky, orange haze

Where There’s Smoke: Wildfires and the Impact of Non-GHG Emissions

Non-GHG emissions will increase as the physical impacts of climate change continue to materialize. Our analysis shows that companies could be doing more to eliminate hazardous non-GHG air emissions from their operations.

Man thinking in silhouette

What the New ISSB Climate Standard Means for Investors

Examining the goals and key features of the newly published ISSB climate-related disclosures standard and what they mean for investors.

Rising Conflict, Responsible Business: What Companies and Investors Need to Know About Operating in High-Risk Areas

In this blog we look at how unstable states are classified and the associated business risk landscape, how companies can manage these risks, and how investors can engage with business operating in conflict-affected areas.

Listen to the latest episode of the Sustainalytics Podcast | Aligning Executive Action to Strategy With Sustainability-Linked Compensation

What’s Happening in Sustainable Finance: Green Bond Standards on the Horizon and Much More

In this month’s round up of sustainable finance deals and developments, we look at what the EU Green Bond Standard could mean for the market, innovations in use of proceeds, and the ongoing diversification of industries tapping the market.

Multi-colored shipping containers waiting to be loaded onto trucks.

Scope 3 Supply Chain Emissions: Five Questions Investors Need to Know

To assess climate-related transition risks, investors should evaluate GHG emissions across portfolio companies’ value chains. In this blog post we’ll answer the key questions investors need to know about supply chain GHG emissions, and why decarbonization of the supply chain is an essential component of an effective climate transition strategy.

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.

View our new infographic to discover what an impact-focused investment approach looks like and the five key steps for institutional investors and wealth managers.

What an Impact-Focused Investment Approach Looks Like

Institutional investors and wealth managers increasingly want to consider impact in their investment decisions — for a wide range of reasons. This infographic looks at how impact-focused investing works and how investors can develop an impact-focused investment approach that integrates into their existing strategies, regardless of their motivations.