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Investors are increasingly choosing to allocate capital to companies with clear frameworks for managing climate-related risks and opportunities. The London Stock Exchange's Climate Governance Score is a measure of companies' carbon management practices and incorporation of climate change considerations into business strategies. It was established to help companies identify areas for improvement and assess their performance against industry peers.
The score, powered by FTSE Russell data, follows the Transition Pathway Initiative's (TPI) Management Quality methodology and is not a measure of future carbon emissions. The TPI is a global, asset-owner led initiative which assesses companies' preparedness for the transition to a low-carbon economy. The data points used in the assessment are aligned with recognised standards for climate disclosure such as Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The Score is not assessing carbon performance or the quality of emissions reduction targets, but whether there is credible climate governance and a seriousness of approach which should in turn enable a company to set appropriate targets and achieve strong emissions reduction performance.
Take our quick assessment to reveal your score and see which areas you should focus on to improve your management of climate change risks and opportunities.