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The Equator Principles III

Financial Institutions that sign the Equator Principles (EPFIs) can ensure that the projects they fund are developed in a way that pays attention to social and environmental issues.

Scope

The Principles are global and they can be applied across all industry sectors through four financial products - these are: project finance advisory services; project finance; project related corporate loans; and bridge loans. Projects must have total project capital costs of USD 10 million or more. 

Equator Principles III

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United Nations Principles on Responsible Investment

The Principles on Resposible Investment (PRI) are designed to provide a framework for investors to consider issues around the environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that can affect investment portfolios. They were launched by UN Secretary-General in April 2006 at New York Stock Exchange and state:

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Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) promotes the growth and use of sustainable oil palm products through what the RSPO calls “credible global standards and engagement of stakeholders”.

The RSPO is a forum for discussion of palm oil sustainability, in addition it has produced a set of standards for RSPO certified palm oil. Members wishing to sell RSPO certified palm oil must comply with the production and supply chain standards detailed below. Certification is by an independent third party auditor.

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