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Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V. (FMO)

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他のモジュールで報告されていない資産クラスの実施

SG 16. ESG issues for internally managed assets not reported in framework

組織内で運用される資産のうち、特定のPRI資産クラスモジュールがまだ開発されていない、または資産が最小基準値を下回るために報告する必要がない資産のESG問題への対処方法を説明してください。

資産クラス

実施しているプロセスおよび達成した成果または結果

森林

In accordance with SDG 13 related to Climate Action, one of FMO’s strategic objectives is to move to zero emissions by 2050. About 20% of annual global GHG emissions are related to deforestation and forest degradation and form a severe threat to long-term sustainable development. Investment in the Forestry sector therefor offers a good opportunity to contribute to FMO’s strategic objective as it is regarded green and has a strong carbon sequestration capacity meaning negative emission potential.

FMO requires all their forestry clients to be FSC/PEFC certified, which specifically safeguards responsible forest management and includes for example :

1. Preservation of waterways with bufferzones,
2. Respect of land ownership and landuse by local population and specifically indigenous peoples,
3. Respecting workers rights,
4. and maintenance of High Conversation Value (HCV) areas.

The forestry program will also bring considerable positive impacts regarding decent work and economic growth (SDG 8) and reducing inequalities (SDG10). This means strengthening local economies by stimulating local markets and investment in basic infrastructure i.e. roads

See link for more information: https://www.fmo.nl/news-detail/9fcf9ba8-9ed6-477f-b9cc-284730fb9b95/fmo-launches-global-forestry-program-to-mitigate-climate-change-with-west-african-and-se-asian-investments

農地

We do not specifically address farmland in our ESG processes.

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To further develop decent work concept.

Steps to be taken are below:

1. Literature review: what is decent work?​
2. Describe DFI approach to decent work​
3. Develop pragmatic measurement/performance tool​
4. Map decent work profile of employment supported by FMO​
5. Identify decent work risks based on country/sector/employees​
6. Apply tool to sample of (higher risk) FMO investments​
7.Draw recommendations for due diligence/investment selection​
8. Identify risks but also opportunities to ‘do good’ and include ‘all’

Please see our decent work article and report:

https://www.fmo.nl/news-detail/accb9331-68cb-4d40-a462-175486133e29/decent-work-examining-the-quality-of-the-jobs-we-create

https://www.fmo.nl/l/library/download/urn:uuid:c17dc77e-217d-4837-b393-05fbc698a484/report+decent+work+and+development+finance+%28march+2019%29.pdf?format=save_to_disk&ext=.pdf

FMO considers gender equality as both a human right and as a means to reach sustainable people centered growth. We are further developing our gender strategy, specifically for inclusive finance.

16.2. 補足情報 [任意]


SG 17. ESG issues for externally managed assets not reported in framework (Not Applicable)


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