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.
As investors look to make a positive impact at the nexus of the climate and biodiversity crises, nature-based solutions cover a broader range than is widely understood.
Investor action and global reforms are combining to end the era of aggressive tax planning by major corporates.
Government responses could accelerate or delay the global transition to net zero emissions, according to Joe Noss, Senior Director at the WTW Climate and Resilience Hub.
Gordon Tveito-Duncan, Head of ESG Technology at GaiaLens, outlines the challenges for asset owners and managers in assessing their exposures and options.
The response of corporates and investors to the invasion of Ukraine suggests both need to overhaul their due diligence processes.
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