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PRI reporting framework 2020

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Pre-Investment (Selection)

INF 05. Incorporating ESG issues when selecting investments

05.1. Indicate if your organisation typically incorporates ESG issues when selecting infrastructure investments.

05.2. Describe your organisation`s approach to incorporating ESG issues in infrastructure investment selection.

ESG due diligence has three components.

Regulatory analysis:

This involves checking that a company complies with national environmental and workforce-related legislation, and with European Union directives including the SEA (Strategic Environmental Assessment) and EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) directives.

 

Environmental analysis:

This involves analysing:

- direct environmental impacts (pollution of the atmosphere, soil, water etc.);

- issues relating to the use of resources (biomass, oil, water etc.);

- protected zones and critical habitats;

- biodiversity (presence of Emerald Network areas, endangered species etc.);

- impact on climate change (greenhouse gas emissions, increased vulnerability to climate change);

- water management (the project's impact on a lake, river, coast etc.);

- the developer's environmental capacity (creation of systems for managing environmental issues, existence of environmental standards).

 

Social analysis:

This covers:

- employment law;

- health and safety (potential impact on the health of neighbouring communities, health and safety rules);

- stakeholder commitments (the project's acceptability to local communities, public consultations);

- the developer's approach to its workforce (compliance with employment law, HR policy).

 

 


INF 06. ESG advice and research when selecting investments (Private)


INF 07. Examples of ESG issues in investment selection process

07.1. Indicate which E, S and/or G issues are typically considered by your organisation in the investment selection process and list up to three typical examples per issue.

ESG issues

List up to three typical examples of environmental issues

          Direct environmental impacts (pollution of atmosphere, soil, water, etc.)
        
          Protected zones and critical habitats
        
          Water management (a project's impact on a lake, river, coast, etc.)
        

List up to three typical examples of social issues

          Compliance with national environmental and workforce-related legislation, and with the EU directives, including the SEA (Strategic Environmental Assessment) and EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) directives
        
          
        
          
        

List up to three typical examples of governance issues

          Employment law
        
          Health and safety (potential impact on the health of neighbouring communities, health and safety rules)
        
          Stakeholder commitments (a project's acceptability to local communities, public consultations)
        

07.2. Additional information. [Optional]


INF 08. Types of ESG information considered in investment selection (Private)


INF 09. ESG issues impact in selection process (Private)


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