• Time for UK to take lead in tidal power

    14 July 2017

    Tidal power could provide a substantial share of the UK's future energy requirements and the long life of the underlying assets could be attractive to pension funds, says Liam O'Keeffe.

  • Sustainability in the digital age

    16 June 2017

    Zouk Capital's Samer Salty explains his thoughts on sustainable investing, cleantech and the measurement of impact to Peter Cripps

  • Scientists predict above-average hurricane season

    31 May 2017

    There is a 45% chance that this summer will see more Atlantic hurricanes than usual and only a 20% chance of there being fewer, according to US storm analysts.

  • Finance sector gets guidance on Natural Capital Protocol

    17 May 2017

    Guidance has been issued to provide financial institutions with a structured framework to identify, measure and value natural capital within their banking, investment and insurance activities.

  • Investor water risk: the information you need that you don't yet have

    05 May 2017

    Data on water needs viewed in context if it is to be properly understood, argues Alexis Morgan

  • Allianz-led consortium acquires UK's largest water-only supplier

    02 May 2017

    An Allianz-led consortium has agreed to acquire the UK's largest water-only supplier, Affinity Water.

  • Impact investors turn to water stocks, says KBI

    02 May 2017

    Water is becoming "an almost intuitive" impact allocation for a growing number of investors, according to KBI Global Investors (KBIGI).

  • Green bond round-up, 26 April 2017

    26 April 2017

    Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, a subsidiary of California-based health provider Kaiser Permanente, is gearing up to issue its inaugural green bond.

  • S&P launches beefed-up green bond evaluation tool

    26 April 2017

    S&P Global has launched its long-awaited Green Evaluation Tool after beefing-up the list of mitigation projects it can assess.

  • Investors start to weigh water risks

    18 April 2017

    Investor interest in corporate water risk is increasing fast. A range of tools and services are being developed to help companies respond. Graham Cooper reports