Dutch MEP and CSDDD rapporteur Lara Wolters accuses governments of “political posturing” as the directive faces further delays.
Growing pressure from shareholders for robust ethical guidelines and governance structures seen as sending signal to policymakers.
Executive pay is still largely tied to oil and gas production as opposed to climate targets, Carbon Tracker claims.
Cambria Allen-Ratzlaff and Rose Easton have been named Chief RI Ecosystems Officers, underpinning a regions-first approach to better meet signatory needs.
The foundation is seeking feedback on its upcoming standards, as new research aims to define impact value creation.
Campaigners tell policymakers to create ambitious measures to tackle abuses, as new tracking tools offer greater transparency and traceability.
The final version of the board’s Inaugural Jurisdictional Guide should be finalised by mid-year, with the core objective of reducing fragmentation.
In contrast, the Ceres Food Emissions 50 Companies Benchmark found slow progress on transition planning among food companies.
Innovative pilot schemes are attracting interest after failed COP28 negotiations on carbon markets under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.
Amazon and Meta are among the companies targeted by 14 recent shareholder proposals by IAHR members, citing social harms including misinformation risks.
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