With the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive making legislative progress, investment professionals explore how it will help speed up the net-zero transition.
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change has criticised ESG proposals from the Financial Conduct Authority for the mutually exclusive nature of the categories.
GAM’s head of responsible investment discusses the opportunities ahead and the most recent policy developments for net zero.
UN PRI and Church of England Pensions Board behind drive to reform industry in wake of allegations of labour abuses and biodiversity loss.
Kimberley Lewis from Schroders on active investing – why it’s important for investment performance, priority themes and what’s new for 2023.
This year promises to be memorable in the proxy voting space, as institutional investors push for action on climate shareholder resolutions.
As COP 28 in Abu Dhabi approaches later this year, focus on the region’s faltering approach to renewable energy is coming under scrutiny at the World Economic Forum.
Dirty investment funds do not have to give any warning about the damage that they are inflicting. Funds that claim to be sustainable, on the other hand, do need to show explicitly what that claim is based on. It is high time to repair this flaw, argue Hadewych Kuiper and Hans Stegeman.
MainStreet analysis shows potential for EVs following depressed state of the green, social and sustainability bonds market in 2022.
The country’s policy reform is a reminder of why definitions matter in sustainable finance and why it is crucial to know what constitutes ‘green’ capital.
China’s viability for sustainable investment can be balanced between its dominance in the renewables sector and a questionable ESG record.