IAHR members highlight “growing anxiety” on human and civil rights risks emerging through the misuse of artificial intelligence.
The OECD is consulting on changes to guidelines for multinational enterprises, with investors demanding greater protection for defenders and more focus on value chains.
Corporates and financial institutions still “dragging their feet” when it comes to drafting deforestation policies, fuelling the climate and biodiversity crises.
Members of UK’s Transition Plan Taskforce reiterate the need for a “significant uptick” in net zero plans, as framework and implementation guidance are refined.
A lack of engagement with key stakeholders and timing of greenwashing investigation among criticisms levelled at European Supervisory Authorities.
Voting fintech argues FCA should mandate fund managers to disclose their position on clients voting their shares as part of wider consultation on sustainable fund labels and greenwashing.
British lawmakers put the creation of a UK carbon border adjustment mechanism on their to-do list, as they look to prioritise sustainable finance policy.
Lack of guidance on disclosure of material workforce-related risks leaving asset owners in the dark as labour retention and disruption rise up agenda.
New globally accepted standards aim to improve investor confidence and “reduce the risk of material misstatements”.
Nature-focused policy developments will drive significant changes in investment risks and opportunities across multiple sectors, says IPR.
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