This week's major stories impacting ESG investors, in five easy pieces.
We are now at the tipping point of nature-based carbon solutions, says Phil Cohn, Executive Director, Pollination.
EPRA CEO Dominique Moerenhout explains how the listed real estate sector is combatting climate change.
Respect for Indigenous rights is inherent to the green energy transition, say Joan Carling of Indigenous Peoples Rights International and Business and Human Rights Resource Centre’s Michael Clements.
Credible, scalable active ownership programmes require forward-looking technology investments, says Rickard Nilsson, Director of Strategy and Growth at Esgaia.
Rampant criticism of green investment will only accelerate its maturity.
Kirsten James, Senior Program Director of Water at Ceres, and Jay Famiglietti, Executive Director of the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan, outline the financial risks of the water crisis.
Contracts for difference have proved their flexibility, but are far from flawless, according to Victoria Judd, Counsel at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.
Johanna Schmidt, Investment Strategist at Triodos Investment Management, explains how investors can bring about a more sustainable fashion industry.
The private sector’s ability to accelerate the pace of net zero transition is open to question.
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