Industry bodies align on key sustainable finance-related definitions to offer end-users greater “consistency and clarity”.
European efforts to bring transparency to ESG funds haven’t addressed fears of greenwashing.
ESG Investor’s weekly round-up of news about funds designed to meet sustainable investing criteria, including DWS, T. Rowe Price, WHEB, Dimensional, Summa,...
While some charities are putting sustainability at the heart of their investment policies, others have fallen behind.
Negative screening no longer most popular approach to ESG investing, according to BNPP report.
World’s largest sovereign wealth fund details its frameworks for managing climate change; highlights carbon footprint and climate scenario analyses.
Morningstar report highlights diverse approaches to classification, resulting in similar fossil fuel exposures across fund categories.
Biennial survey reflects “industry in transition”, with higher standards and expectations reducing status of negative screening.
Pan-European report shows extensive use of exclusion and integration strategies, greater focus on stewardship.
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