- The ACT (Assessing Low-carbon Transition) methodology is a decarbonization strategy tool which focuses on commitment, transition plans, present scenario, legacy and consistency in achieving the goals, along with a performance score.
- The two main objectives of the taxonomy are a common language/metrics for the greening of the financial sector, and accompanying the transition to carbon neutrality.
- The World Benchmarking Alliance has developed sectorial benchmarks assessing company’s performance against the UN Sustainable development goals through ACT.
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- French Ministry of Economy and Finance – Charlotte Gardes, Deputy head of the sustainable finance, corporate law, accounting standards and corporate governance unit
- ADEME (French Agency for Ecological Transition) – Romain Poivet, Climate project manager
- LafargeHolcim – Antonio Carrillo Doblado, Global head climate & energy
- World Benchmarking Alliance – Vicky Sins, lead decarbonisation and energy transformation