All directors will face greater scrutiny of their firms’ climate strategies, says Melanie Wadsworth, corporate partner at Faegre Drinker.
Stuart Lemmon, Global Managing Director for the Net Zero Transformation Practice at EcoAct, an Atos company, outlines the elements of a credible corporate climate strategy and explains why we should embrace scrutiny and work collectively on the path to net...
The human cost of minerals is threatening the renewable energy transition, says Jessie Cato, Natural Resources Programme Manager at the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.
New committee will work to address mis-selling and greenwashing risks and explore the introduction of prudential requirements for ESG funds.
Policy reform, best practice and legal judgments are redefining the relationship between fiduciary duty and sustainable investment.
UK plan for net zero financial centre depends on development of a “nature-positive” economy, according to new report.
FTSE Russell paper reveals wide variations across countries, sectors and company size for Scope 1 and 2 emissions.
Data is being aggregated and exploited without the resulting benefits being passed on to consumers and businesses, regulator warns.
New frameworks can only go so far in managing evolving risks.
Richard Howitt, Senior Advisor at Frank Bold, explains how European and global sustainability standards for corporate reporting can and will converge.
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