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Lessons from the Covid-19 crisis - Part two

Lessons from the Covid-19 crisis - Part two

In the first of this two-part series, Hervé Duteil drew on three sustainability foresights offered by the Covid-19 pandemic crisis: the future we want, the future we fear, and the future we create. In this second part, he now explores three enabling mindsets that we must adopt to create the future we want, and where Sustainable Finance has an important role to play

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Welcome to Impact

Welcome to Impact

A new section of the Environmental Finance website has been launched to host the best of our coverage of the rapidly growing impact investing market.

IMPACT Awards 2020

IMPACT Awards 2020

Entries close 16 June. Winners are chosen from the nominations we receive so we encourage everyone to get involved.

Bond Awards 2020

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Jobs

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Finance Sector Communications Lead

Global Canopy is looking for a part time/flexible Finance Sector Communications Lead to support sustainability and stop deforestation by leading the development and implementation of our Finance Sector communications and marketing strategy.

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Sustainable Debt Asia

Sustainable Debt Asia

The original networking hub for the green bonds community where ideas are shared and deals are made.

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ESG Data Files, part eight: Infrastructure

ESG Data Files, part eight: Infrastructure

With its broad scope from airports to hospitals, wind farms to oil pipelines, assessing ESG data in the infrastructure sphere comes with a wide array of challenges. Christopher Marchant spoke to experts in the sector about the ongoing push for in standardisation and disclosure.

EF bond database

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EF bond database

The EF Bond Database is the most comprehensive source of information on the labelled green, social and sustainability bond markets. The database is updated daily, is fully searchable and allows the export of Excel ready tables.

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JP Morgan Chase given bloody nose by climate resolution

JP Morgan Chase experienced a significant revolt from investors against its climate change position after nearly half voted in support of a shareholder resolution urging the US bank to align its financing to the Paris Agreement.