• Six things to know for impact managers

    17 March 2023

    A legal perspective on the complications of raising and managing an impact fund is provided by Oliver Rochman, William Yonge, Carl Valenstein, Zeke Johnson and Divya Thakur

  • Powering the UK battery revolution

    16 March 2023

    The Green Finance Institute's proposed Battery Investment Facility could be transformative for the sector, writes Suzanna Hinson

  • What role does the voluntary carbon market have in an Article 6 world?

    15 March 2023

    India has shown how national carbon trading can work in tandem with voluntary markets, argues Finn O'Muircheartaigh

  • COP out: how the promise of Glasgow has faded

    15 March 2023

    Investors should be ready to push UK policymakers to change course on climate, Eliette Riera writes

  • Taking sustainable sukuk to the next level

    14 March 2023

    Islamic financiers are hoping to capitalise on growing international ESG demand, Fitch Ratings' Bashar Al-Natoor tells Genevieve Redgrave

  • Measuring the financial consequences of climate transition

    13 March 2023

    Joseph Noss looks at why backward-looking emissions reporting provides no guarantee of reducing exposure to transition risk

  • Accounting for Asia's biodiversity

    10 March 2023

    The finance industry should develop its own methods of biodiversity accounting, argues ADM's Christopher Botsford

  • Sustainable bond fund performance struggles in 2022 market turmoil

    09 March 2023

    After struggling to outperform, sustainable bond fund managers are hopeful the volatility of 2022 presents opportunities in 2023. Ahren Lester reports

  • How Canada laid the foundations for its transition taxonomy

    07 March 2023

    A project to develop a list of transition activities is set to grow, Barbara Zvan and Jonathan Arnold tell Michael Hurley

  • 'Our role in the transition goes beyond labelled bonds'

    06 March 2023

    Luxembourg Stock Exchange has a role to play in providing transparency on net zero plans, its CEO Julie Becker tells Peter Cripps