A selection of this week’s major stories impacting ESG investors, in five easy pieces.
The Singapore-Asia Taxonomy now provides a framework to phase-out coal-fired power plants, which MAS says is critical in APAC.
GFANZ is smoothing the way for patient capital, which is critical to Indonesia and Vietnam’s climate transition efforts.
Lihuan Zhou, Associate at the World Resources Institute’s Sustainable Finance Center, highlights four key considerations for tailored coal phase-out plans.
Inclusion of coal in green taxonomy would border on state-sanctioned greenwashing, says Christina Ng, Research & Stakeholder Engagement Leader, Debt Markets, and...
AIGCC progress report outlines need for increased ambition, importance of multi-stakeholder engagements.
Dan Lashof, US Director at the World Resources Institute, answers six key questions on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Proposed Rules for Power...
Rising investor demands for detail on transition planning and coal phase-out from mining firm come amid attempts to acquire Canadian rival.
Net zero-committed asset managers still investing in laggard oil and gas majors, as pressure to stop financing new fossil fuel production builds.
Glencore’s ambitions to acquire Teck highlight how critical minerals race is fuelling consolidation in the mining sector, but responsible investors worry about...
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