Dierk Brandenburg, Head of Credit and ESG Research, Scope Ratings, says carbon pricing can help cut through climate-reporting complexity.
Energy prices undermine ability of European and UK politicians to follow scientific advice.
Paul Smith, Founding Partner at SustainFinance, makes a mouth-watering case for vegetarian and vegan investing.
Investors should keep a close eye on the evolving litigation and arbitration landscape, says Alexandre Vagenheim, Senior Legal Officer, Jus Mundi.
The COP26 President this week added his voice to those calling for urgent climate action in 2022.
Professor Carol A Adams of Durham University Business School calls for greater ambition by corporates and investors to address sustainable development including climate change.
The use of carbon jargon to camouflage flimsy net zero plans will come to an end, exposing bad players, warns Gary Smith, Partner at Haven Green Capital Partners.
It’s not yet clear companies are on the same page as shareholders, let alone wider stakeholders.
Natasha Landell-Mills, Head of Stewardship at Sarasin & Partners, outlines five actions investors can take to build on the ambitions and commitments outlined in 2021.
2021 saw a surge in ESG-linked margin ratchets, reflecting a stronger sustainability focus across Europe’s leveraged loan market, according to Reorg’s annual review.
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