To boost sustainable investment in ocean economies, the International Capital Market Association, in partnership with other industry bodies, has consolidated existing blue finance guidance and principles under one framework.
Standards help to benchmark and improve ESG performance, in areas such as lobbying, requiring input from multiple stakeholders to make them fit for purpose.
With global trade highly dependent on shipping, achieving net zero may put wind in the sails of other industries’ climate ambitions.
The EU’s much-anticipated Sustainable Food Systems Law has the potential to revolutionise the food value chain as we know it.
Going all in on a technology still in its infancy has had some drawbacks for Japan, forcing the government to reassess its hydrogen strategy.
With the 2023 proxy season fast approaching, investors will be counting the votes at AGMs, but the votes will count in different ways.
Will Kerry’s COP27 initiative drive EMDE energy transition and put voluntary carbon markets on the fast track to credibility?
As an important policy lever to reduce waste and pollution, extended producer responsibility is changing the economics of recycling and much more.
Despite government efforts to account for natural capital, we’re continuing to spend it unsustainably.
Asset owners have welcomed draft sustainability reporting standards from ISSB and EFRAG, but also identified some rough edges.
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