The forthcoming Due Diligence Directive is likely to further increase opportunities for ESG-related litigation, says Alex Leitch, Head of London Complex Litigation Practice at Paul Hastings.
This week, an Englishman, an American and an Australian walked into a climate crisis.
Richard Howitt, Senior Advisor at Frank Bold, explains how the benefits to business of mandatory sustainability reporting outweigh the costs.
Sustainability may be a long-term megatrend, but investors face plenty of short-term challenges, says Patrick Ghali, Managing Partner, Sussex Partners, in the first part of a new series.
Nicole Vettise, Institutional Portfolio Manager, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity, highlights the challenges and opportunities of solar energy in China.
Benedetta Pacifico, Senior Associate, Capital Markets, Sidley Austin, explains the key requirements for issuers under the proposed European Green Bond Standard Regulation.
UN Secretary General calls for 45% emissions cuts by 2030.
Pressure is mounting on remaining countries to deliver their nationally determined contributions.
Guy Cameron, CIO of Cameron Hume, says more pessimism in the bond markets might be a positive sign investors understand the scale of the climate change challenge.
Sandy Peters, Head of Financial Reporting Policy at the CFA Institute, identifies common ground in the US debate on climate-related disclosures.
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