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Partners

As a global, multi-stakeholder think tank, our partners and funders represent a wide range of international organizations, financial institutions, governments, non-profits, philanthropies & more. We have also worked with nearly 1,000 of the world's leading financial institutions who have used the PACTA methodology; find a selection of our principal research partners below.

Partnerships

We partner with a range of actors in the sustainable finance sector, from governments to financial institutions to investor coalitions. Find out more about our main partners:

Government & international organisations

Japan Financial Services Agency

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

French Ministry for an Ecological and Inclusive Transition

Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN)

California Department of Insurance

French Environment & Energy Management Agency

Financial institutions & investor coalitions

ING

Société Générale

Santander

Itaú Unibanco

BNP Paribas

BBVA

Bancolombia

ABN AMRO

KBC

NGOs, industry & trade associations

Fasecolda

InfluenceMap

Eurosif

Finance for Tomorrow

Carbon Tracker Initiative

Ceres

ShareAction

Climate Bonds Initiative

RIEF

Japan Energy Transition Initiative

GRESB

AFNOR Standardization

Research, data providers & consultancies

INSPIRE global research network

Beyond Ratings

Funding

As a non-profit think tank, we are grateful to our funders for making our work possible. The grant-making organizations for our current projects are below.

Foundations & philanthropies

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Schwab Charitable

European Climate Foundation

Hewlett Foundation

KR Foundation

ClimateWorks Foundation

European Commission

Horizon 2020

Climate-KIC

Life

Government & international organizations

Inter-American Development Bank

Swiss Federal Office for the Environment

French Environment & Energy Management Agency

German Federal Environment Ministry (BMU)

This website has received funding from the European Union’s Life NGO programme under grant agreement No LIFE18NGO/SGA/FR/200020