PRI Digital Forum: Spotlight Series

Event Hub

The Spotlight Series provides a chance for discussion and debate with sustainable finance experts from around the world. Each event will focus on a particular theme, enabling in-depth conversation and reflection on the most important issues facing responsible investors.

PRI Digital Forum:
Climate & Nature Action

May 2021

The forum will draw together the topics of climate change and biodiversity loss, highlighting the actions responsible investors can take to achieve progress in both areas.

Expert speakers will share their views and take your questions on subjects including climate policy advocacy, nature-based solutions, net zero emissions strategies and deforestation.

PRI Digital Forum:
Sustainability Outcomes

June 2021

Investors’ actions shape positive and negative outcomes in the world. The PRI Digital Forum on Sustainability Outcomes will highlight ways in which investors can increase positive outcomes and decrease negative outcomes through their investment decisions, stewardship and policy engagement. Discussions will include the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, stewardship strategies, and the regulatory framework for achieving sustainability outcomes in the European Union.

Drawing on perspectives from around the globe, the Digital Forum will provide a platform for discussion and debate on the critical role of responsible investors in driving sustainability outcomes.

PRI Digital Forum:
Driving Meaningful Data

November – December 2021

The PRI Digital Forum: Driving Meaningful Data is the next in our series of thematic virtual events. Discussions will include progress towards a global standard on corporate sustainability disclosure, emerging investor data needs, and regional policy developments in this sphere.

Drawing on perspectives from around the globe, the Digital Forum will provide a platform for discussion and debate on the critical role of responsible investors in shaping sustainability outcomes as concepts of relevance to financial markets, and the “decision-useful” data needed to support these decisions.