Stranded Assets Forum
April 6 @ 10:30 am - April 7 @ 9:45 pm
The University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment and The Rothschild Foundation, together with the KR Foundation, are organizing the 6th Stranded Assets Forum.
The forum will explore developments in the way that investors measure company and asset-level exposure to environmental risk and opportunity. New datasets, a new analysis of existing data, and new approaches and methodologies (including advanced analytics, ‘big data’, and remote sensing) could all give financial institutions important information on the environmental performance of their investments. These approaches may also help to plug significant gaps in the value of existing corporate-level voluntary reporting.
Emilie Mazzacurati, Four Twenty Seven founder and CEO, will join other attendees in developing a new consensus on the role of asset-level data, big data, and advanced analytics in shaping company, investor, and regulator responses to environmental risk and opportunity.