Net Zero Investor speaks with Legal & General Investment Management’s Nicola Lonergan about achieving carbon footprint reductions in one of the UK’s largest occupational pension schemes.
Perceptions of risk and a lack of attractive opportunities are preventing capital from reaching renewable energy projects in Africa, a COP27 panel has found.
Net Zero Investor explores the ‘growing pains’ affecting the sustainability-linked bonds market amid greenwashing concerns.
What can be done to increase participation in carbon markets and help improve the quality of carbon credits?
At the recent China National Congress, President Xi Jinping set out details of his plans to transition to a lower-emissions economy, but what does this mean in practice?
Some of the transition technologies that may enable economies to reduce their carbon emissions are unproven or at a very early stage. But are investors willing to take big bets to reach net zero?
Carbon capture and storage facilities could make a key contribution to reducing carbon emissions, but are they good investments?
As the development bank prepares for its annual meeting in Washington DC, some stakeholders and investors are questioning its commitment to tackling climate change.
European Commission to decide whether to approve new standards for improving transparency of financial products in coming months.
Membership of environmental initiatives can support asset owners and managers in meeting their targets, but could it also open them to legal action?
News that Copenhagen had recently abandoned its net-zero targets raised eyebrows. Net Zero Investor considers what it means for investors.
The UK’s Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association is rated as one of Europe’s top bodies for shaping sustainable finance policy.
As the SEC faces accusations it is becoming a ‘climate regulator’, questions are being asked as to whether financial watchdogs can do both jobs.
As the world’s largest wind farm enters full operation, Net Zero Investor considers what institutional investors can learn from large-scale wind projects.
Amid the continuing rise of the anti-ESG movement in the US, asset managers face the tough task of convincing Republican lawmakers.
A study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis finds most carbon capture and storage projects are likely to fail.
The fossil fuels company is aiming for 100% reduction in Scopes 1 and 2 emissions while committing to renewables.
New proposals from the SEC require public companies to report their Scope 3 emissions, but the move could have a bigger impact than many realise.
Despite receiving strong support after the Paris COP25 in 2019, implementation of TCFD remains low among asset owners and managers.
Package worth $369bn will transform renewable energy in the US.