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Building the ESG Market Infrastructure for Tomorrow's Economy
Drafting a local green taxonomy is a complex technical and legal exercise that includes various steps, including:
- Development of economic activity classification
- Creation of a framework adapted to the local legislative and economic landscape
- Development of official reporting templates
Greenomy has the expertise to draft your own green Taxonomy and helps you to benefit from the best international ESG standards by ensuring interoperability with the EU taxonomy and other non-EU Green Taxonomies.
The local green taxonomy should be supported by an infrastructure that allows for an efficient and cost-effective implementation. Countries can leverage Greenomy’s cutting-edge ecosystem, already deployed in the EU, to comply with its own national taxonomy as well as current and future ESG regulation, accelerating their implementation.
Once a local green taxonomy and its support infrastructure are put in place, Greenomy can help countries build a complete ecosystem around it. We help authorities share the taxonomy with issuers and financial institutions and maintain it by keeping it up to date and secure. This will create a robust ecosystem speeding up the economic transition to achieve your net-zero emission goals.
What Does a Local Green Taxonomy Look Like?
Translates the local climate and environmental objectives into criteria for specific economic activities.
Introduces ESG Metrics calculation and reporting standards on some companies, asset managers, and lenders.
Guides market participants in their investment decisions, transition plan, and credible sustainable products creation.
The climate and environmental objectives into clear criteria.
A common language around green activity.
A frame of reference for investors and companies.
Companies in their transition.
Mitigate market fragmentation.
Financing of sustainable projects.
Why Develop a Local Taxonomy?
Companies, asset managers, lenders, authorities, and regulators need reliable tools to transition to a net-zero and sustainable economy. A local green taxonomy is a key tool to support this as it allows governments to:
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Building the ESG Market Infrastructure for tomorrow's economy.