ESG Investor’s weekly round-up of news about funds designed to meet sustainable investing criteria, including Federated Hermes, AP1, APG, BlackRock, Fidelity, GAM,...
Investors exposed to trillion-dollar losses from stranded assets and heightened insolvency risks if oil firms continue to ignore climate change.
New Fitch report says investors should look at new asset classes such as green bonds to help tackle biodiversity damage in countries...
ShareAction calls on European banks to publish “credible” climate and biodiversity strategies ahead of COP26.
This week, it wasn’t only governments giving mixed signals on climate policy.
Tackling climate change depends on support for ocean finance, but marine-focused projects lag their land-based counterparts, explains ORRAA’s Karen Sack.
Timeline, scope, best practice ... questions around the prospective UK sustainable disclosure requirements remain ahead of COP26.
Long-term agreement aimed at scaling up capture and storage capacity, while supporting net-zero operational emissions objective.
New guidance seeks to end information deficit for investors, encourages firms to incorporate water related financial risks and opportunities in mainstream reporting.
After an avalanche of activity in H1 2021, institutional investors should expect no let-up as the Commission seeks to clarify ESG-related rules...
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