Investing in nature at scale - can it be done?
Andrew Dreaneen considers whether natural capital is the most exciting investment innovation of our time and how we can break down barriers to make it more investable.
The importance of a Just Transition
If we're serious about achieving a net zero economy, we need to think in more rounded terms about people and planet, writes Kieron Boyle
Staying focused: sovereign climate assessment tool resists mission creep
The ground-breaking ASCOR project refuses to allow the number of indicators to 'explode' out of control, as it strives to keep the tool practicable, LSE's Antonina Scheer tells Ahren Lester
'To be truly impactful, we need to scale the capital base'
Pentagreen Capital has inked its first deal. Next, it wants to create blended finance structures that help attract other institutional investors, Marat Zapparov tells Jennifer Forrest
Avoided emissions - The new tool powering green investors
Identifying companies that 'enable' others to decarbonise should be a focus for investors, Seb Beloe writes
The ECB plots the 'winners and losers' of the transition
The central bank has alerted lenders and investors to the relative winners and losers in the transition - with fossil fuel companies set to take an immediate hit. Michael Hurley reports
Biodiversity: The missing link
The asset and wealth management industry is faced with huge opportunity in biodiversity investment, writes Frédéric Vonner
On the origin of green bonds
The principles that underpin the 'use of proceeds bond market' - and the focus on the positive use of money - can be traced back to the eighteenth century, argues Chris Wigley
Banque de France sharpens focus on nature
The central bank is exploring how to build nature data into its investment strategy, writes Michael Hurley
Forever chemicals need investment solutions today
PFAS in water are one of the most pressing environmental concerns today, writes Cindy Jia