The week that was: Don’t miss these highlights on NZI
Don't miss some of Net Zero Investor's best news pieces from last week
Please find below some of last week's highlights on Net Zero Investor.
BP making its climate goals less ambitious puts pressure on investors to justify continuing to have oil and gas holdings.
A ‘worst-case scenario’ could mean racial tensions, heatwaves, mass unemployment and empty high streets.
The second instalment of NZI's Putting a Price on Pollution Series looks at the lobbying activities that surround key anti-pollution policies.
Strategist Kingsmill Bond warns governments could start to put a price on pollution, which will leave investors with high “karma prices” to pay.
New proposals by the FCA to change ESG-related investment products have come under fire from the fund industry.
The CEO of activist investor Tulipshare told NZI Procter & Gamble fails to address shareholders’ sustainability concerns.
The ESG head at one of Sweden's largest pension funds shows how a portfolio can help markets develop sustainably.
There was found to be inconsistency in emissions calculations between asset classes.
The newly announced expansion of the Green Claims Code gives vital clues to the future direction of sustainable business.
Xuan Sheng Ou Yong and Malika Takhtayeva of BNP Paribas AM zoom in on the market for sustainable bonds.
Companies can ill afford any material misstatement in their ESG reporting, argues Gerry Brown, currently chairman of Novaquest Capital Management.