Zurich excludes five fossil-fuel companies with non-credible transition plans
Zurich has excluded five companies from its investment and underwriting activities as it no longer considered their "progress against transition plans to be credible".
'Capex must be a focus of energy transition engagement', investors told
Asset managers grappling with the energy transition have been urged to prioritise engaging on companies' capital expenditure (capex) plans.
How Canada laid the foundations for its transition taxonomy
A project to develop a list of transition activities is set to grow, Barbara Zvan and Jonathan Arnold tell Michael Hurley
S&P launches environmental commodities index
Federated Hermes 'will use its say-on-climate votes'
Federated Hermes' EOS stewardship platform has defended say-on-climate votes, after an asset manager said it would abstain from taking part over concerns they might limit investors' ability to challenge strategies in the future.
Explainer: The Transition Pathway Initiative
The TPI has emerged as a key investor tool for assessing transition risk, write Rory Sullivan and Valentin Jahn
Extreme weather is harming real estate investments
Carney: More capital must be allocated to help dirty companies transition
The bulk of capital needs to flow to companies that are not yet aligned with the goals of the Paris climate agreement but need investment to help them shift, Mark Carney has said.
BP's backtrack is a crucial moment for the say-on-climate movement
After taking the lead for oil companies on climate action, BP has quietly backtracked to take advantage of higher petrol prices. Matt Crossman asks if they've promised to run an Ironman before signing up for a proverbial parkrun
Research: Transitioning insurers' portfolios
Environmental Finance's sister publication Insurance Asset Risk and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have launched the third edition of their annual research report into the sustainable investing practices of insurers.