EF's Sustainable Investment Awards open for entries
Entries to Environmental Finance's annual Sustainable Investment Awards are open until 14 April 2022
Environmental Finance reveals annual Market Rankings winners
Environmental Finance is proud to announce the winners of its 22nd Annual Market Rankings.
Markets 'unmoved' by blizzard of COP26 announcements
The flurry of announcements emanating from the COP26 summit in Glasgow have yet to make an impact on financial markets, a sustainability-focused fund manager has claimed.
ICE to launch 'nature-based' carbon credit futures contract
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) is set to launch its first 'nature-based solutions' carbon credit futures contract, in the latest sign of the growing investor interest in products that claim to have a positive impact on nature.
Only 6% of MSCI World 'moving credibly' to 1.5°C target
Only about 6% of all the companies in the MSCI World index are moving "credibly" towards restricting global temperature rise to 1.5°C, according to estimates by Lombard Odier.
Voting opens for Environmental Finance's 22nd Annual Market Rankings
Voting has begun in Environmental Finance's Annual Market Rankings - the largest and most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets, which is now in its 22nd year.
Short selling not a shortcut to net zero, says ISS ESG
Investors who short sell a stock in anticipation that a company's market valuation will drop in line with broader societal efforts to cut emissions have been warned they must clarify that such strategies do not necessarily translate directly into real-world emissions reductions.
Electric vehicle charging company to list via SPAC on Nasdaq
Electric vehicle charging company EO Charging is set to become a publicly listed company on US stock exchange Nasdaq through a combination with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).
Initiative launches to build 'integrity' in voluntary carbon markets
An initiative supported by the organisers of COP26 and US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry has launched to "improve the integrity of voluntary carbon markets" through measures including guiding companies on what constitutes a high-quality carbon credit.