With COP28 kicking off in Dubai, Net Zero Investor took a closer look at the key investment and finance themes on the agenda
Leaked documents suggest that COP president Sultan Al Jaber used his role to strike new oil and gas deals but also attempts to gain influence in renewables markets
Net Zero Investor sat down with Tony Juniper, chair of Natural England to discuss the long-term case for nature positive investments
The UK government is betting on investment incentives rather than stimulus to attract net zero investment. We took a look at five key talking points for green investors in this year's Autumn Statement
With bonds making a comeback, Net Zero Investor spoke to Railpen's Chandra Gopinathan about his efforts to create greater accountability on climate targets for bond issuers
Ahead of COP28, Net Zero Investor takes a closer look at the distribution of subsidies across the globe. To reach global climate change targets a scale back of subsidies is essential. But could this impact the investment case for these assets?
CalPERS, the largest public pension fund in the US is planning a significant overhaul of its climate strategy, including doubling its investments in climate solutions by the end of the decade
As developers pull out of wind projects in the US and UK, how can investors in renewables protect themselves in an increasingly challenging environment?
Investors are divided on how to tackle the UK’s energy transition, and the role of policy makers in leading the net zero agenda
The British government has targeted the defined contribution sector and the LGPS as key potential investors to fund the country’s energy transition, but the move is facing challenges
Does the growth of split voting options mean that the onus for climate stewardship is now on asset owners?
The cost of decommissioning stranded assets could be as high as $8 trillion across conventional and renewable energy sources, new research suggests
Paul Guilliotti, assistant director Financial Services at Richmond and Wandsworth Councils in the UK tells Net Zero Investor about Wandsworth's infrastructure investments
Olga Hancock and Matt Holmes of the NZAOA argue it is vital investment barriers are eliminated in order to boost net zero implementation
Net Zero Investor caught up with Paul Bucksey, CIO of the £4bn UK master trust Smart Pension, as the fund announces a seed investment to enable split voting
With the UK government set to backtrack on its net zero ambitions, have investments in the UK energy transition just become less attractive?
Geraldine Leegwater, Chief Investment Management at PGGM and her colleague Colin Tissen, advisor Responsible Investment argue that asset managers should step up their came on climate stewardship
Net Zero Investor sat down with Nathan Fabian to find out why he thinks net zero networks need to change their strategy
The Californian State Legislature has pushed ahead of the Securities and Exchange Commission by passing a bill that forces big companies to disclose their Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions
Antonio Rodriguez leads the investment office about NYC BERS. He sat down with Net Zero Investor to discuss divestment, diversification and the anti-ESG pushback
G20 leaders fail to agree on climate pledges - could this be an obstacle to investments in renewables?
Tegs Harding, trustee director and head of sustainability at IGG, argues that corporate backtracking on climate change means investors need to change their approach
The UK’s rapidly growing defined contribution market could play a key role in the country’s transition to net zero. NZI caught up with four DC investors to discuss climate strategies for DC default funds
Biden's Inflation Reduction Act has sparked an investment boom in renewable energy in the US. So, one year on, are asset owners capitalising on the opportunity?
Net Zero Investor sat down with Lloyd Whitworth, head of Investment and Stewardship and Neil Mason, assistant director for the Surrey Pension Fund to discuss their new net zero target
The UK government has announced plans to back the further expansion of fossil fuel industries. What does this mean for investors in renewable energy?
UK investors exchange ideas and experience on stewardship in emerging markets
Insurers have been leaving the Net Zero Asset Owners Alliance (NZIA) in droves. This raises concerns over the carbon footprint of their liabilities
Jacqueline Jackson, head of responsible investment at LGPS Pool London CIV, speaks to NZI about differences between asset owners and managers when it comes to stewardship
Avon Pension Fund surprised last week with an announcement that it has invested some £700m with BlackRock’s Paris-aligned equity solution
UK insurance giant Phoenix has launched its Net Zero Transition Plan, illustrating the challenges for Solvency II regulated businesses to reduce their carbon footprint
Shell's 2023 AGM drew focus on the oil giant's energy transition strategy but shareholders rejected a resolution demanding clearer commitments for Scope 3 emission targets.
The three biggest shareholders in oil and gas firms are passive fund managers. What does this mean for stewardship on climate change?
Activist asset owners are gearing up to oppose the reappointment of Shell’s chair and challenge over shortcomings in the oil giant’s climate targets