The CCPI data are frequently mentioned and used by major economic actors, both as a valid source of climate policy data and as a methodological recommendation. This illustrates the far-reaching influence of the index on international financial markets and its recognition worldwide.
A non-exhaustive list of some our latest references and endorsements:
- The Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has named the CCPI “recommended methodology” for climate-proofing sovereign bonds (see here, page 19)
- The World Bank has referenced the CCPI as one of the three most “robust” key performance indicators for sovereign sustainability globally (see here, page 60)
- The G20’s Financial Stability Board (FSB) has named the CCPI a “proxy for transition risks” as part of their research on the availability of data to assess climate-related risks to financial stability (see here, page 13)