Archive

  • LGIM leads push for Nippon Steel to disclose its climate lobbying

    22 May 2024
  • Businesses urge California to unlock funding for climate disclosure rule

    01 May 2024
  • ESRS for specific sectors and non-EU companies delayed by two years

    30 April 2024
  • Companies weigh delaying preparations for SEC rule in face of legal uncertainty, lawyer says

    30 April 2024

    Uncertainty surrounding the outcome of legal action challenging the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) climate disclosure rule is causing some US-listed companies to consider pausing their preparations for compliance, according to a lawyer.

  • 'Historic day' as EU CSDDD approved

    24 April 2024

    Rules to require large companies active in the EU to report on the sustainability of their supply chains and make best efforts to implement a climate transition plan have been approved, in what was labelled an "historic day".

  • Rio Tinto, Berkshire Hathaway votes 'flagged' to investors by CA100+

    02 April 2024
  • Oil and gas giants' climate opacity keeps investors in the dark, CA100+ assessments show

    27 March 2024

    The poor quality of climate disclosures by the 10 largest oil and gas companies globally is keeping investors in the dark and hindering their engagement efforts, analysis for the Climate Action 100+ initiative suggests.

  • CSDDD transition plan requirement 'little more than window dressing'

    25 March 2024

    A requirement to disclose climate transition plans in the watered-down text of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) is "little more than window dressing" in the absence of a mechanism to force companies to implement the plans, it has been argued.

  • CSDDD clears hurdle after approval in Parliamentary committee

    19 March 2024
  • CSDDD agreed, in watershed moment, but is weakened to 'shadow of former self'

    15 March 2024

    The EU passed a landmark sustainability reporting law which, although significantly weakened from previous versions, was described as "a watershed moment for corporate accountability".