We’re excited to invite you to a comprehensive webinar organized by the ESG Lab, where we will delve into the critical topic of climate alignment.

Join us on June 26, 2024, at 5:00 PM for an insightful webinar hosted by the ESG Lab. We’ll delve into a groundbreaking methodology for portfolio alignment, designed to guide effective decarbonization strategies across many different asset classes (equity, real estate, personal loans…).
This session will cover the main steps of the methodology, present a case study on a portfolio of automobile loans, and explore its potential applications beyond financial portfolio. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the topic and advance your climate initiatives!


1. Introduction by Stéphane Voisin
Our event will kick off with opening remarks from Stéphane Voisin, the Coordinator of the Scientific Council of PARC, setting the stage for an engaging and informative session.

2. Key Content:
Introduction to Climate Alignment: A foundational overview of climate alignment, its importance, and its implications for various sectors.
Deep Dive into Alignment Methodology: An in-depth exploration of the methodologies used to achieve and measure climate alignment.
Robustness Testing of the Approach:

– Elasticity of Alignment Curves: Understanding how different model choices impact alignment trajectories.
– Decomposition of Kaya Levers: Breaking down the factors that influence decarbonization efforts.
– Modeling Decarbonization Actions: Practical insights into how decarbonization actions can be modeled and implemented effectively.

3. Panel Discussion:
– Participants:

  • Representatives from BNPP PF
  • A Regulator from the Directorate General of the Treasury
  • An Automotive Manufacturer

– Discussion Focus:
Our panel will discuss how this granular alignment tool can assist various stakeholders in achieving their climate goals. The conversation will explore practical applications and the benefits of precise, data-driven alignment strategies.


  • ILB ESG Lab,
  • PARC – Paris Agreement Research Commons