• Q&A: Brian Rice, portfolio manager sustainability investments at CalSTRS

    21 January 2014


  • People moves

    20 January 2014

    The latest people moves in the environmental markets, including appointments at Foresight Group, SolarCity, the Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change and more

  • High hopes?

    17 January 2014

    Some of the most influential members of the environmental investment community share their reflections on 2013 and gaze into their crystal ball for the coming 12 months

  • World Bank issues first floating-rate green bond

    16 January 2014

    The World Bank's International Bank for Reconstruction and Development has issued a $550 million climate bond with an 18-month floating rate.

  • EIB green bond hits record-breaking €1.5bn after 'tap'

    14 January 2014

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has completed a new tranche of one of its green bonds, making it the largest issue in the market.

  • IIGCC joins Climate Bond Standards board

    14 January 2014

    The Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has added its weight to an initiative to agree standards for the rapidly growing green bonds market.

  • Banks back new transparency guidelines for green bond market

    13 January 2014

    A coalition of 13 major investment banks has backed a set of voluntary principles intended to encourage transparency and integrity in the fast-growing green bonds market.

  • EIB issues first green bond in Swiss Francs

    10 January 2014

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has issued its first green bond of 2014, with its first Climate Awareness Bond (CAB) denominated in Swiss Francs.

  • A watershed year

    10 January 2014

    It has been a landmark year for the fledgling green bond market, which was buoyed by unprecedented growth in 2013. But can it continue, asks Peter Cripps

  • Leading the pack

    09 January 2014

    PensionDanmark has invested heavily in renewable energy – a step the majority of its peers have not taken. Its CEO Torben Möger Pedersen tells Elza Holmstedt Pell how renewables have become a 'mainstream' investment for the pension fund