• Paris talks - now money must answer

    07 January 2016

    If the pledges from COP21 are to be met, investors need to start treating renewables as a standalone asset class, argues Graham Smith

  • Quotes of the Quarter

    04 January 2016

    A round-up of the quotes of Q4 2015 that made headlines, including commments from Narendra Modi, Michael Bloomberg and Frederic Samama

  • Looking back at 2015, and looking ahead to 2016

    31 December 2015

    It has been a landmark year for environmental investment themes. Hamza Ali looks back at some of the key developments of 2015 and asks what the following year will bring

  • What's the issue with Asian issuers?

    28 December 2015

    Asian issuers have been notably quiet in the green bond markets, but is that about to change, asks Hamza Ali

  • Brave new world

    24 December 2015

    What does the landmark Paris agreement mean for the financial community, asks Peter Cripps

  • The times they are a-changin'

    24 December 2015

    COP21 means change is in the air for investors, says Peter Cripps

  • Which utilities are set to be hit hardest by the Paris climate agreement?

    21 December 2015

    The utilities sector is set to bear the brunt of the Paris climate agreement, as it will require a wholesale shift away from thermal power generation, analysts at UBS have warned.

  • COP Blog: The climate change economy

    21 December 2015

    The Paris climate agreement could change the landscape for investors, making lower-carbon companies more valuable, argues Mike Fox

  • Landmark Paris agreement toasted by investors

    14 December 2015

    Investors were celebrating today after a "historic" climate change agreement was hammered out in Paris, marking a new dawn for clean technologies and low-carbon investors.

  • COP Blog: Historic Paris agreement means much work ahead for investors

    14 December 2015

    Investors will step up their engagement with companies and their carbon-risk management initiatives following the important leap forward in Paris, says Donald MacDonald