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ECOSYSTEM

The complex of living organisms, their physical environment, and all their interrelationships in a particular unit of space.

Source: Britannica
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ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

Are defined as the benefits people derive from ecosystems. Examples include the air we breathe, carbon storage and pollination.

Source: Millenium Ecosystem Assessment
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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

A set of processes and practices that enable an organisation to measure and ultimately reduce its environmental impacts. The most commonly used framework is the one developed by the International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) for the ISO 14001 standard.

Source: ISO
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ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL GOVERNANCE (ESG) INVESTING

ESG investing attempts to integrate environmental, social and governance criteria into the investment analysis process. The screening process can be positive or negative. An investment manager may choose a higher allocation to strong ESG performers and/or may choose to short the worst ESG performers.

Source: Earthly
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EU EMISSIONS TRADING SYSTEM (EU ETS)

Is a cornerstone of the EU’s policy to combat climate change and its key tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively. It is the world’s first major carbon market and remains the biggest one.

Source: European Commission
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EXTERNALITIES

Consumption, production, and investment decisions of individuals, households, and firms often affect people not directly involved in the transactions. Economists call these externalities.

Source: International Monetary Fund
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