The omission of promised audit and corporate governance reforms in the King’s Speech undermines attempts to restore investor and public trust.
New research on the environmental damage of the fossil fuel industry leaves “no doubt” that developed nations must financially assist climate-vulnerable countries.
Experts underscore need for broad dialogue on regulation and governance, after developing countries largely left out of AI Safety Summit.
UK regulator’s Head of ESG urges finance sector collaboration to tackle nature risks, leveraging climate experience in incorporating nature into decision-making processes.
Proposed reporting rules shelved and UK listing barriers lowered as government scrambles to attract businesses.
Alliance says target-setting by members translating into measurable impact on emissions reduction for the first time.
Division between lawmakers on directives’ scopes calls timelines into question, delaying sustainability and transition disclosures to investors.
Harmonisation and interoperability key to transition plans being consistent, comparable and effective internationally.
FCA Plans to Relax Forward-looking Statement Rules Risks Greenwashing
Principles announced by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen put emphasis on Scope 3 reporting from financial institutions and measurable targets.
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