Does the growth of split voting options mean that the onus for climate stewardship is now on asset owners?
Michael Bushnell, managing director at Cardano Advisory takes a closer look at the updated ISSB standards to investigate how they could help pension schemes on their net zero journey
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
Part V of NZI’s Economy of the Future series explores the implications of a steady state economy for financial markets
With the UK government set to backtrack on its net zero ambitions, have investments in the UK energy transition just become less attractive?
Shipra Gupta, investments stewardship lead at Scottish Widows, argues that investing in nature sooner rather than later makes sound financial sense
Bonds could play a key role in the transition to net zero, but fixed income investors are facing new challenges
The UK government has announced plans to back the further expansion of fossil fuel industries. What does this mean for investors in renewable energy?
A look at the flawed assumptions of the impact of climate change on pensions with Mark Campanale and Professor Steve Keen.
The CofE climate director has encouraged asset owners to end relationships with asset managers who aren’t doing enough to back their own climate goals