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Canadian Union of Public Employees Employees' Pension Plan (CEPP)

PRI reporting framework 2020

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Promoting responsible investment

SG 09. Collaborative organisations / initiatives

09.1. Select the collaborative organisation and/or initiatives of which your organisation is a member or in which it participated during the reporting year, and the role you played.

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Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting period (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]

Your organisation’s role in the initiative during the reporting period (see definitions)

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative. [Optional]


SG 09.2. Assets managed by PRI signatories (Private)


SG 10. Promoting RI independently

10.1. Indicate if your organisation promotes responsible investment, independently of collaborative initiatives.

10.2. Indicate the actions your organisation has taken to promote responsible investment independently of collaborative initiatives. Provide a description of your role in contributing to the objectives of the selected action and the typical frequency of your participation/contribution.

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          Advocacy
        

Description

          The Plan sponsor of the CEPP is the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and is Canada’s largest union, with over 650,000 members across the country. CUPE proudly defends public and green energy production, water protection, sound water management and the implementation of measures to green our workplaces and believes that Unions must be part of the solution and provide a just transition to a greener and cleaner economy for the good of the planet, individuals and communities. Guides have been developed for CUPE members on what they can do at work and in their communities to tackle some of the pressing environmental problems we face. CUPE is much involved in taking strong steps and calling for action on the environmental crisis and has adopted a national environmental policy and environmental newsletter for its members.
        

Frequency of contribution

10.3. Describe any additional actions and initiatives that your organisation has taken part in during the reporting year to promote responsible investment [Optional]


SG 11. Dialogue with public policy makers or standard setters (Private)


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