Sustainable climate investments 2020

  • 2020

The handbook, by ItaSIF with inputs coming from a working group, analyzes the crucial role of sustainable finance in view of achieving climate targets.

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The “Sustainable climate investments” handbook analyzes the crucial role of sustainable finance in view of achieving climate targets, both in terms of integrating sustainability considerations into investment choices, and in financing mitigation and adaptation solutions. Within the handbook, Etifor developed chapter 5.1 related to agriculture and forests. The first part of the chapter

State of the forest carbon market in Italy 2016

  • 2017

The survey by Nucleo Monitoraggio Carbonio, analyzes the evolution of the market of voluntary investments in the forestry sector that aim to the creation of ecosystem services, with particular reference to the accounting of carbon credits generated by forest management projects, reforestation and afforestation realized for the compensation of polluting emissions.

Market Outlooks: Voluntary Carbon

  • 2017

The "STATE OF EUROPEAN MARKETS 2017 – Voluntary carbon" is a market outlook realized by Ecosystem Marketplace, Etifor and the University of Padova during ECOSTAR | NATURAL TALENTS an Erasmus+Knowledge Alliances project.

Market Outlooks: Biodiversity Offsets and Compensation

  • 2017

The "STATE OF EUROPEAN MARKETS 2017 - Biodiversity Offsets and Compensation" is a market outlook realized by Ecosystem Marketplace, Etifor and the University of Padova during ECOSTAR | NATURAL TALENTS an Erasmus+Knowledge Alliances project.

Planted forests in emerging economies

  • 2015

A study that identifies, describes and analyzes the Sustainable and Responsible Investments (SRI) tools for forest plantations, recommending a framework for assessing investments in terms of environmental, social and governance impacts.

Behind Biomass

  • 2014

Written within the PRICE project, this guide informs civil society organizations and investment agencies about the environmental and social impacts that may arise from the production of biomass used for energy purposes.

Voluntary agreements for CO2 compensation

  • 2010

This cognitive survey for the forefront industry in Italy was carried out under the " Osservatorio Politiche Strutturali " project, DM MiPAAF 6827.

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