Knowledge Hub

The Center’s Knowledge Hub is a curated resource for financial institutions, policymakers and regulators, and other stakeholders interested in climate-aligned finance. The Hub features the Center’s latest thought leadership, including reports and tools like the Climate AIR (Alignment, Impact, and Risk)  Toolbox, as well as guidelines, standards, insights, and tools from external experts. 

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Firm-level Alignment | April 4, 2024

RMI and five global banks launch the Pegasus Guidelines—a voluntary emissions measurement and reporting standard for the aviation sector

RMI, in cooperation with leading global banks—BNP Paribas, Citi, Crédit Agricole CIB, Societe Generale, and Standard Chartered—and in consultation with industry, experts, and additional financial institutions has developed a first-of-its-kind framework to enable banks to measure and disclose their aviation lending portfolios’ emissions in a consistent and comprehensive manner.

Climate Air Toolbox

The Climate AIR Toolbox helps financial institutions identify and access the different types of tools, frameworks, and platforms available to measure and report their climate-related alignment, impact, and risk.

Climate-aligned finance explained, plus insights on recent trends and market developments on climate alignment across the financial sector.

Latest trends and developments in climate-related financial policy and regulation.

Insights, best practices, and guidelines on how to best implement climate alignment across financial institutions.

Insights on how sectoral approaches can best support climate alignment and real economy decarbonization. Updates, best practices, and relevant case studies from our sectoral work streams.


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General | April 25, 2024

Discussion: Adapting The Poseidon Principles For NZBA-Compatible Target Setting

This paper provides recommendations and clarifications for adapting the PoseidonPrinciples’ climate alignment assessment methodology for Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA)–compatible shipping portfolio target setting. Recommendations and clarifications are given in three areas: target metrics, financial scope and methodology, and scenario selection.