Blended finance vehicles can help asset owners achieve impact in emerging markets and developing economies.
Investment in battery storage is an important, but far from straightforward part of the renewable energy transition.
Voluntary carbon markets can direct climate finance to emerging markets, but risks persist despite reforms.
Despite limited scope for standardisation, investors continue to push companies to be transparent about their social-related processes and policies.
Sustainable investment experts predicted an even greater emphasis by investors on public policy, at a recent roundtable held by S&P Global Sustainable1...
Asset owners have welcomed draft sustainability reporting standards from ISSB and EFRAG, but also identified some rough edges.
The US Inflation Reduction Act has been hailed as a historic piece of legislation that will make waves globally.
As the cost-of-living crisis escalates, pension fund trustees are under pressure to consider social risks more fully in their portfolios.
Pension funds are working to identify and mitigate the deforestation-related risks in their portfolios, as new frameworks and regulations take shape.
Mobilising sovereign debt for clean energy projects in emerging markets can have a big positive impact, but it’s not without its challenges.
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