James Tinworth, Partner, Fieldfisher, considers the challenges for alternative investment fund managers (AIFMs) wishing to offer light and dark green funds under Europe’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
Alexandros Chatzinerantzis, national Practice Head of the German Dispute Resolution Team at Linklaters, explains the background to the constitutional complaints against the Act, the decision and its implications.
As Tesla’s opportunist-in-chief railed against Bitcoin’s energy use, Lord Stern urged G7 leadership ahead of COP26.
Shweta Rao, Head of EMEA Covenants at Reorg, offers an overview of ESG margin ratchet provisions, emerging trends, and areas for future development.
Ben Ashby, Partner, Good Governance Capital, surveys the ESG risks of the crypto-currency space.
As Amazon held our attention, AGMs saw mixed fortunes for ESG-related resolutions.
Fred Lee, Senior Associate at Farrer & Co, outlines some pioneering approaches to ESG-led property investment.
Increasingly, responses to the climate crisis appear to be informed by science.
Greg Carlock, Manager for Climate Action and Data for the World Resources Institute, puts the US President’s plan to halve emissions by 2030 in context of his first 100 days.
Filip Gregor, Head of Responsible Companies at Frank Bold, looks at how standards fit in with the EU disclosure regulation and taxonomy.
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