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Latest Reports

A listing of the most recent Ceres reports.

Below are some of the most recent Ceres reports. For a list of all reports, click here.

Private-Public Partnerships to Advance Low-Carbon State Energy Policies: A NASEO-Ceres Issue Brief
Sep 12, 2016
This white paper identifies key pieces of information that state energy policymakers and U.S. companies and investors should know about one another, and it offers a “deeper dive” on a series of energy policy topics — including clean energy policies, financing mechanisms, and corporate sustainability approaches — on which both state and company/investor representatives can find common ground.
Benchmarking Air Emissions of the 100 Largest Electric Power Producers in the United States 2016
Jul 13, 2016
This report analyzed publicly reported data on carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and mercury emissions from the nation’s 100 largest electric power producers, which account for 85 percent of the nation’s power production. The report concludes that since 2000 emissions of all four major pollutants have dropped while total electricity generation and the American economy have grown.
Clean Energy Utility Benchmarking Report: 2016
Jun 27, 2016
Benchmarking Utility Clean Energy Deployment: 2016 provides a window into how the global transition toward clean energy is playing out in the U.S. electric power sector. Specifically, it reveals the extent to which 30 of the largest U.S. investor-owned electric utility holding companies are increasingly deploying clean energy resources to meet customer needs.
Assets or Liabilities? Fossil Fuel Investments of Leading U.S. Insurers
May 24, 2016
This new Ceres report, Assets or Liabilities? Fossil Fuel Investments of Leading U.S. Insurers, focuses on the risks to insurance companies—the second-largest type of institutional investor after pension funds based on assets under management.
INCR Year in Review 2015-2016
May 10, 2016
The 2015-2016 INCR Year in Review highlights the key activities, events and initiatives that INCR members and Ceres have undertaken from June 2015 through early 2016. With the active engagement and support of INCR members, we accomplished much together over the past year. By integrating material environmental, social and governance risks and opportunities into your investment practices, corporate engagements and policy advocacy, INCR members have made the world a better place to live and to invest.
The Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability: Revised Expectations
May 02, 2016
The Ceres Roadmap presents 20 expectations in the areas of governance, stakeholder engagement, disclosure, and performance that companies should seek to meet by 2020 in order to transform into truly sustainable enterprises. As we pass the halfway point on the road to 2020, it is an important time to take stock of our changing world and refresh the Ceres Roadmap expectations themselves to reflect global sustainability trends. View the revised expectations in this abbreviated, two-page resource.
Mapping the Gap: The Road From Paris
Jan 27, 2016
Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Ceres and Ken Locklin have collaborated to more closely examine total volumes of capital that will be required to fund clean energy power project development in the electric sector over the next 2.5 decades. View the presentation to learn key findings regarding total capital requirements under NEO 2°C and projections of future finance pathways.
Water Climate Bonds Standard
Nov 23, 2015
The Water Climate Bonds Standard is intended to provide investors with verifiable, science-based criteria for evaluating water-related bonds, and to assist issuers in the global corporate, municipal, sovereign and supra-sovereign markets in differentiating their green bond offerings.
Pathway to a 21st Century Electric Utility
Nov 09, 2015
Utilities do an excellent job of
 what they are mandated to do— provide safe, reliable and affordable energy. Utilities are not going away, because we require them to operate the electric grid, so why not expand the scope of their mandate to manage an environment in which consumers use energy and electricity more efficiently to create customer value and optimize the electricity system for the benefit of all? In this environment, utilities will be incented to maximize customer and system value, as opposed to simply building infrastructure. Given the importance of revising the utility industry model for the benefit of customers, society and utility investors, this paper is an expression of Peter H. Kind's evolved views in an effort to find common ground that will support a robust 21st Century Utility model.
View From the Top: How Corporate Boards Engage on Sustainability Performance — Executive Summary
Oct 28, 2015
A preview of the full report is available by downloading this executive summary.