We believe the most meaningful role we can play in the global climate transition is to help drive decarbonization in the real economy. Learn more about our strategy and approach to climate-related issues and opportunities, and how we are integrating climate across our firm’s business and risk practices.
Goldman Sachs helped make it possible for two former Tesla executives to build the first homegrown European gigafactory for battery cells.
Goldman Sachs has launched its first ESG-linked Demand Deposit Account. Learn how Goldman Sachs Transaction Banking supported Xylem’s mission and sustainability goals through this first-of-its-kind ESG offering.
Goldman Sachs is an Official Sponsor of the McLaren Formula 1 team for 2022 and beyond. In McLaren Racing, we have a partner with a passion to lead-with an unambiguous commitment to accelerate their transition to net zero.
The RESTORE Fund was launched by Apple with a $200 million commitment to reduce and remove carbon from the atmosphere – and it’s designed to generate a profit.
See how The Conservation Fund and Goldman Sachs worked together to issue the nation’s first green bond solely dedicated to conserving and protecting working forests in the United States.
In December 2019 Goldman Sachs announced that we would deploy $750 billion in financing, investing, and advisory activity by 2030 to help accelerate climate transition and help advance inclusive growth.
The firm’s approach to sustainability is founded on two intersecting areas of impact: helping to accelerate the climate transition and helping to advance inclusive growth. These are the areas where we can have the most material impact.
In our Accelerating Transition report, we share an interim roadmap for how we aim to deliver on our long-term commitment to align with a net zero by 2050 pathway.
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