Active ownership refers to the proactive role that institutional investors play in influencing the behaviour of the companies in which they hold investments. This involvement may take various forms, including direct engagement with company management (including via participation in collaborative initiatives), utilisation of ownership rights, and potentially resorting to public campaigns or litigation. The overarching goal is to impact policies, strategies, practices, or specific decisions of the invested companies. Active ownership may encompass considerations related to both financial and impact objectives. In the realm of climate change, it can target various aspects such as advocating for enhanced disclosure of climate impact, risks, and opportunities. This may extend to influencing the integration of climate considerations into decision-making processes, as well as advocating for measures that contribute to the reduction of adverse climate impacts.