With the London Stock Exchange on track to launch a carbon market, Atharva Deshmukh examines why this approach is becoming popular and highlights the issues and challenges.
As the SEC faces accusations it is becoming a ‘climate regulator’, questions are being asked as to whether financial watchdogs can do both jobs.
ESG battle between US red and blue states continues with Brad Lander’s letter to Larry Fink.
Witold Henisz, from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, explains why the anti-ESG investing movement is gaining ground, and what can be done to mitigate its impact.
Amid the continuing rise of the anti-ESG movement in the US, asset managers face the tough task of convincing Republican lawmakers.
Sponsors of the Republican treasurers’ group have been subject to investor backlash.
With major F&B organisation Carlsberg Group setting a net-zero target, how vital a role does this sector play in fighting climate change?
Perry Noble, lawyer turned infrastructure investor, says the drive towards net zero is as much about transitioning behaviours and conversations as it is about finding the latest investment opportunity.
The Investment Company Institute criticised Glenn Hegar’s attempt to prevent companies that boycott fossil fuels from doing business with the Lone Star State.
Despite receiving strong support after the Paris COP25 in 2019, implementation of TCFD remains low among asset owners and managers.
In the journey to net zero, asset owners are taking a keen interest, and even a stake, in climate change-related fintechs.
Republican passes resolution redirecting pension fund investment away from ESG priorities