Storebrand: Investors should apply biodiversity exclusions 'much more'
Investors should be adopting the "precautionary principle" around investment exclusions on biodiversity grounds "much more", Storebrand told an Environmental Finance event
COP27 sees progress on bilateral partnerships
The climate conference saw multilateral talks stagnate but bilateral partnerships show the way forward, argue Lina Apsheva and Gregor Vulturius
Jefferies: Investors 'underappreciate' EU nature policy
Investors need to be aware of significant EU corporate regulations, which align with the targets of the COP15 biodiversity agreement, Jefferies Equity Research has said.
US-backed carbon markets initiative appoints advisors
RBC: Carbon markets can drive nature investment
Carbon markets can play a "big role" in driving capital towards nature-positive projects, an executive at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has said.
The climate crisis demands that investors rethink impact
Investments that simply do "some good" are no longer "good enough", argues Tamar Pashtan
COP15: Agreement adds impetus to investors' engagement, says UBS
The global biodiversity framework agreed at COP15 this week can add energy to investor engagement with companies on the topic of nature, according to a large asset manager.
COP15: Biodiversity framework will aid NA100, TNFD, says Robeco
The global biodiversity framework agreed at COP15 this week will contribute to improved data for investors by dovetailing with investor initiatives on disclosures and engagement, according to an investment manager at Robeco.
COP15 agreement 'significant,' but credit impact depends on implementation
Moody's Investors Service said the UN COP15 biodiversity summit agreement is a "significant milestone" considering the extent of natural capital risk in debt markets,...
Vague COP15 agreement is 'not a Paris moment', warns HSBC
The global biodiversity framework agreed at the COP15 conference this week failed to meet expectations among some observers that it could provide an equivalent target to 'net zero' for nature, according to a research note by HSBC.