Haley Wiebel, Communications Lead at the World Resources Institute’s Center for Sustainable Business, considers next steps following corporate commitments made at COP26.
Jeff Atherton, Head of Japanese Equities at Man GLG, explains how a corporate governance revolution is changing the landscape for Japanese equity investors.
Implementing the Glasgow Climate Pact is already proving difficult.
After the talking at COP26, it’s time for real climate action, says Nandita Sahgal Tully, Managing Director for Infrastructure Asset Management at ThomasLloyd Group.
Likely amendments to the proposed CSRD will force changes to European firms’ pension and other investment activities, according to Jan Rabe, Co-Head of the Sustainable Investment Office, Metzler Asset Management.
Jacolene Otto, Head of Private Equity and Real Estate at Maitland, says investors should look beyond the headline numbers for impactful gender lens investing.
Richard Howitt, Senior Advisor at Frank Bold, surveys the path to acceptance of the business case for sustainability.
Reflections on the successes and failures of COP26 must motivate the public and private sectors.
Peter Bachmann, Managing Director, Sustainable Infrastructure, Gresham House, outlines the opportunities for private market investment in the clean energy transition.
Carmen Altenkirch, Emerging Markets Sovereign Analyst, Aviva Investors, explains why social justice is vital to climate action, in both developing and developed economies.
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