As media investigations reignite the debate on the viability of carbon offsets, academics argue for wider stakeholder engagement and changes to carbon accounting approaches to build robustness.
The elusive goal of corporate cybersecurity transparency is a key, yet enigmatic, issue for investors to address.
Asset owners are embarking on major engagement campaigns to drive action on water risk due to investee companies undervaluing nature’s precious resource.
Despite causing short-term supply issues, the IRA is set to have far-reaching implications for net zero transition strategies, domestically and globally.
Dominique Dijkhuis, Director of Investment Policy at ABP, admits there are limits to engagement in accelerating climate transition, with few companies fitting into a sustainable economy.
Investors are joining the dots to get a more detailed understanding of the links between lobbying and policy on the road to net zero.
There's disappointment with delays to the UK Green Taxonomy, progress is being made on other parts of its sustainable finance policy.
SEC climate risk disclosure rule faces criticism due to US politicians and farm groups misinterpreting the intent of the regulator, say investor groups.
Progress was made on the EU ETS, ETS 2 and CBAM in December, but many questions remain unanswered.
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine exposed complacency among many firms and investors, 2023 could see a more systematic approach to human rights due diligence.
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