The second half of 2021 has continued to be a success for CCRI with strong advancements in all technical areas and arriving at our goal membership of 120 institutions and USD20tn in assets represented ahead of COP26.
Dear members and friends,
CCRI deliverables have already generated active discussions about the integration and mobilisation of capital relying on CCRI's solutions, maintaining a steady drumbeat on the path to Glasgow.
With such great progress we feel we are approaching the next two weeks in the best possible shape. Earlier this month, a roundtable with representatives from CCRI financial institutions validated CCRI's programme and objectives and discussed the future of the Coalition beyond COP26. The clear consensus was for CCRI to continue advancing its mandate beyond COP26 and to expand its scope over time.
In this note, we will share with you our COP26 Programme and take the opportunity to provide some broader progress updates. Our COP26 programme is composed of two pillars: 5 panels and CCRI's "Art + Resilience" exhibition. Key announcements will be a combination of technical completion and commitments resulting from such completion. Please, do let us know if you will be In Glasgow, we would love to see you there. In any case, all CCRI events will be livestreamed to a virtual audience.
We thank you for your continued commitment and support, together we have transformed CCRI into a global reference in the resilient investment space, with an ambitious plan beyond COP26.
As always, many thanks for your support.
Executive Director, CCRI
About the Coalition for Climate
A United Nations Climate Action Summit (UNCAS) and COP26 flagship initiative, The Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI) represents the commitment of the global private financial industry, in partnership with key private and public institutions, to foster the more efficient integration of physical climate risks (PCRs) in investment decision-making.
CCRI aims to create a more resilient global financial industry in which key incentive structures foster an accurate pricing of physical climate risks (PCRs) in investment decision-making, resulting in more resilient economies and communities across the world.
The Coalition brings together private companies, governments and inter-governmental bodies, including many of the world’s leading financial businesses and asset managers that collectively manage more than US$20 trillion in assets.
Andrew Collis Communications