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Future of ESG Data 2022

Future of ESG Data 2022

17 October 2022, 9:00 AM BST

Join us in London to gain insight into the emerging ESG data industry and understand the key factors shaping its future.

ESG data: Transformation by regulation

ESG data: Transformation by regulation

As the latest update of Environmental Finance's ESG Data Guide is released, the next growth phase of the rapidly evolving ESG data market will be driven by regulation, writes Peter Cripps

ESG in Fixed Income Series

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ESG in Fixed Income Series 2022

ESG in Fixed Income Series 2022

February 2022 - November 2022

First event in the series: ESG in Fixed Income Global (Virtual Conference) on 24 February 2022

Focus on Asia Pacific

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Environmental Finance Data

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There has been y-o-y growth of bonds with carbon emissions related use of proceeds (which includes Clean Transportation; Energy Efficiency; Renewable Energy and Pollution Prevention and Control) that looks set to continue in 2022. Sustainability bonds are growing in popularity, they average 6% of bonds with carbon emissions related UoP 2019-2021, rising to 24% in H1 2022.

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Natural Capital

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Renewables

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US Senate passes 'game-changing' $369bn climate investment package

The US Senate has passed the flagship economic package of President Joe Biden which includes $369 billion dedicated to climate and clean energy investment, in a development one investor described as "shifting the world's largest economy forever towards a greener future".

Foresight Group eyes more acquisitions

Ricardo Pineiro says the renewables infrastructure and private equity specialist is looking to "turbocharge" its growth, including through more acquisitions. Genevieve Redgrave reports

Debt

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Carbon

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