Reports from the APPG on ESG

Reports, White Papers and research from the APPG on ESG are housed on this page, and can be downloaded by clicking the buttons below.

Call for evidence on the UK Green Taxonomy

The APPG on ESG is issuing a call for evidence on the UK Green Taxonomy to feed into a report on the taxonomy to be published before the end of the year.

The evidence session will consist of short presentations and Q&A in front of a panel led by the group’s chair, Alexander Stafford MP. Responses are welcome from stakeholders with a deep knowledge of Environmental, Social and Governance, in particular, the EU green taxonomy and the UK Government’s preparations to introduce a British taxonomy. 

Please click the link below to learn how to lodge your application to attend the session on Thursday 15 September.
ESG call for evidence

Recommendations on standardising and regulating ESG performance and assessment, and defining impact in the UK – April 2022

This report is based on input to meetings of the APPG on ESG held between October and November 2021, case studies submitted by the group’s sponsors, and additional research by College Green Group, as Secretariat for the group. It is funded by the APPG’s sponsors: CBRE Investment Management, KPMG UK, Simply Sustainable, The Gym Group, EDF Energy, Insig AI, Hatch, and Severn Trent.

This report is not an official publication of the House of Commons or the House of Lords. All-Party Parliamentary Groups are informal groups of Members of both Houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in this report are those of the group.

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Submissions of the APPG on ESG to consultations and calls for evidence.

Update to Green Finance Strategy: call for evidence  June 2022

Expanding data disclosures and improving comparability of metrics were key themes of the APPG’s April report. This submission to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Green Finance Strategy call for evidence is principally concerned with these two priorities.
The content of the submission was guided by the April report, together with input from members of the APPG’s advisory board, who provided a series of illustrative examples and practical guidance, notably with regard to SMEs, on how to meet the Government’s green finance ambitions.

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