Advisory committees guide the work of the PRI and help to implement our work programmes.
Advisory committees made up of representatives from signatories play an important role in the PRI’s many work streams. The PRI aims to deliver practical, action-oriented research, tools, events and support to signatories around the world, no matter where they are located or what their level of responsible investment knowledge is, and signatories that are committed to implementing the Principles are one of the greatest strengths the PRI has to draw on in delivering these.
Advisory committees, and project-specific working groups, are opportunities for signatories to engage with their peers, to share updates on key research, develop strategies, share best practices and advance ESG issues and the implementation of the Principles.
The PRI currently has the following advisory committees. See the PRI website for a list of the individuals and organisation contributing to each.