Blended finance vehicles can help asset owners achieve impact in emerging markets and developing economies.
UK ministers enthuse about the post-Brexit potential to unleash a new wave of green investment, but not everybody is convinced.
This week’s major stories impacting ESG investors, in five easy pieces.
Despite government efforts to account for natural capital, we’re continuing to spend it unsustainably.
Investment in battery storage is an important, but far from straightforward part of the renewable energy transition.
Some ESG funds are surrendering their 'deep green' Article 9 label.
Voluntary carbon markets can direct climate finance to emerging markets, but risks persist despite reforms.
Despite limited scope for standardisation, investors continue to push companies to be transparent about their social-related processes and policies.
A wider CfD regime could be attractive to existing renewable energy suppliers and their investors, while bringing consumer bills down sustainably.
Climate disclosure rules will stretch the resources and patience of mid-sized schemes, but October deadline is just the start.
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