A first stab: French institutions try to calculate their biodiversity footprints
As French financial institutions for the first time estimate the scale of their impacts on nature, the numbers look bleak - but not comparable. Thomas Cox writes
The LMA's draft Sustainability-Linked Loan provisions, explained
Sustainability breaches and declassification events are among the issues covered by the new provisions, write Lucy Jenkins and Martin Bontea-Ungureanu
NatWest hails Acciona's additionality-driven framework
With a focus on local impact and EU Taxonomy-aligned capital expenditure, Pietro Stimamiglio says Acciona is looking to up the game for sustainable finance. Ahren Lester reports
The JETPs: an engine of progress
The Just Energy Transition Partnership model is maturing, and it has immense potential as a financing framework, write Mafalda Duarte and Abhishek Bhaskar.
How to complete the EU's taxonomy
The creation of two types of sustainable investment will bring clarity to where transition investment needs to be focused, Helena Viñes Fiestas tells Michael Hurley
The ISSB - a new global standard?
The ISSB standards create a common language and globally consistent baseline for disclosing climate-related risks and opportunities, writes William Yonge
The impact of the EU's Sustainable Finance Package on asset managers
Leonard Ng explores three key areas of impact: the taxonomy, regulation of ESG ratings providers and transition finance
Sovereigns should use SLBs 'to help reinforce climate commitments'
RBC BlueBay's Jana Harvey argues SLBs could help incentivise action on Paris Agreement. Ahren Lester reports
Twelve reasons why TNFD should not disregard global extinction risk
Extinction risk was the reason why scientists got talking about biodiversity in the first place, writes Axel Rossberg
Impact investing: 'a great defence against greenwashing'
With investors 'very focused on whether something is what it claims to be', impact investing is poised to thrive, Kieron Boyle tells Genevieve Redgrave