Pathzero Navigator is a carbon reporting and analysis tool created specifically for financial institutions to measure, manage and disclose the financed emissions of their investment portfolio.
Built to comply with leading calculation and reporting standards
Tackle financed emissions top-down and bottom-up
Measuring financed emissions within a portfolio is a new and challenging task. Working with each portfolio company "bottom-up" to produce a carbon account requires significant time and resources.
Pathzero Navigator allows investment managers to quickly access a high-level overview of their financed emissions, highlighting areas of concern and facilitating a risk-based approach to reducing financed emissions.
Portfolio companies can then feed their reported carbon data into Navigator, improving the integrity of financed emissions data and providing the platform and common language required for joint decarbonisation actions.
How it works
of Australians want their super fund or bank to set a net zero target by 2050¹
of firms intend to increase spending on sustainability initiatives in 2022²
of people are concerned that responsible investors engage in greenwashing¹
¹Banhalmi-Zakar, Z & Parker, E. 2022. From Values to Riches 2022: Charting consumer demand for responsible investing in Australia, Responsible Investment Association Australasia, Melbourne.
²The Verdantix Global Corporate Survey
“About three years ago we realised that climate change is going to become a really important part of our investing program. We started looking at what climate initiatives we should be driving at a firm level and a portfolio company level”
- Symon Vegter, Advent Partners
Science Based Targets.
Paris Agreement aligned.
The Pathzero platform is built to comply with leading international accounting standards, so you can make accurate carbon claims.
The Pathzero difference
Partner with our team of experts.
Co-Founder & CEO
Verena Schubert, Sustainability Lead
Our carbon specialists are available to guide you on your journey to net zero.
James Paull, Climate Regulation & Reporting Lead