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.
Asset owners have increased appetite to support Africa’s clean energy transition, but traditional investment barriers remain.
New IPBES reports will provide further impetus to efforts by policymakers and investors to account for nature and address biodiversity risks.
A more pragmatic approach to raising countries’ climate ambitions might could have a greater impact than explicit carbon pricing.
Industrial action over pay and working conditions and increased interest in union membership are bringing employer/employee relations under the spotlight for investors.
As a component of investment managers’ engagement activities, pre-declaration of AGM vote intentions is an under-used, but emerging approach.
The European ESG Template is designed to improve comparability of ESG funds and could help to drive the sustainable investment market.
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