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Financial Cost of Wind Energy
Stock Code NOVA020, Nova Science 2013 Hardback 166 Pages Price USD 110.00
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The lifetime cost of wind energy is comprised of a number of components including the investment cost, operation and maintenance costs, financing costs, and annual energy production. Accurate representation of these cost streams is critical in estimating a wind plant’s cost of energy. Some of these cost streams will vary over the life of a given project.

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Chief Liquidity Series – Issue 3: Extractive Industries
Stock Code DTI/1619/GE, UNEP 2012 Paperback 64 Pages Price USD 40.00
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The third issue of the Chief Liquidity Series focuses on a number of sub-sectors within the broader extractive sector. The first part of the briefing displays how water risks may manifest themselves in different types of extractive sub-sectors and how this in turn could affect the finance sector. Within the realm of this publication we focused on the following sub-sectors: coal, seam gas, precious metals, oil sands and base metals.

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Integracion de la sostenibilidad en las instituciones financieras LatinamericanaS
Stock Code DTI/1562/GE, UNEP 2012 Paperback 85 Pages Price USD 40.00
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This report by UNEP FI and FELABAN is the result of a pan-regional survey conducted among 85 financial institutions in 19 countries on how the Latin American financial sector has integrated sustainability in its activities.

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REDDy-Set-Grow Part II: Private sector suggestions for international climate change negotiators
Stock Code DTI/1442/GE, UNEP 2011 Paperback 43 Pages Price USD 10.00
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In this report, the financial sector voices suggestions to international climate change negotiators on how an effective regime for forest-based climate change mitigation should be designed to mobilise private finance engagement and investment.

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REDDy, Set, Grow - Opportunities and roles for financial institutions in forest carbon markets
Stock Code DTI/1396/GE, UNEP 2011 Paperback 39 Pages Price USD 10.00
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This publication - the first of a two-part report - is designed to identify and tackle barriers to investment in forest-related projects, such as the UN-backed Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD) scheme.

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An Investors’ Perspective on Environmental Metrics for Property
Stock Code DTI/1399/GE, UNEP 2011 Paperback 11 Pages Price USD 0.00
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This study argues that environmental property metrics users and suppliers must bridge the gap that separates them to successfully measure the environmental performance of property portfolios and related improvement activities.

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Demystifying Materiality: Hardwiring biodiversity and ecosystem services into finance
Stock Code 3981, UNEP 2010 Paperback 20 Pages Price USD 0.00
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The CEO Briefing “Demystifying Materiality: Hardwiring biodiversity and ecosystem services into finance” is underpinned by the belief that biodiversity and ecosystems are crucial for understanding how natural capital can affect financial institutions, both in a positive and negative way.

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If you ask us... Making environmental employee engagement happen
Stock Code DTI/1362/GE, UNEP 2010 Paperback 24 Pages Price USD 0.00
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A new report by the NATF sheds some light on the progress of North American UNEP FI members in promoting environmental engagement among their institutions. The report was launched by a Scotiabank-hosted Expert Workshop in Toronto, Canada, on March 31, 2011.

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If You Ask Us...Making Environmental Employee Engagement Happen: Results of a Global Survey
Stock Code DTI/1455/GE, UNEP 2010 Paperback 20 Pages Price USD 0.00
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Overview of employee engagement activities undertaken by UNEP FI members across the world

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The materiality of climate change - How finance copes with the ticking clock
Stock Code DTI/1205/GE, UNEP 2009 Paperback 133 Pages Price USD 20.00
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The third iteration of the UNEP FI Asset Management Working Group’s ground-breaking “Materiality  Series,” which started in 2004 with “The Materiality of Social, Environmental and Corporate  Governance Issues to Equity Pricing” and followed in 2006 by “Show Me The Money: Linking  Environmental, Social and Governance Issues to Company Value”, exclusively tackles climate  change.

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The global state of sustainable insurance - Understanding and integrating environmental, social and governance factors in insurance
Stock Code DTI/1207/GE, UNEP 2009 Paperback 88 Pages Price USD 20.00
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This landmark report by the UNEP FI Insurance Working Group is a testament to the fundamental role of the insurance industry in sustainable development, which is not a choice, but the only option.

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Fiduciary responsibility - Legal and practical aspects of integrating environmental, social and governance issues into institutional investment
Stock Code DTI/1204/GE, UNEP 2009 Paperback 88 Pages Price USD 20.00
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This landmark publication by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative on the fiduciary responsibility of institutional investors continues the debate initiated by the 2005 ‘Freshfields Report’ of UNEP FI that explored the complex relationship between fiduciary law and environmental, social and governance issues in investment policymaking and practice.

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