Engage countries on economic freedoms to bring ESG benefits, says MSIM
Investors are "less credible" when engaging with policymakers on ESG, and should focus instead on improving economic freedom, Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) told Environmental Finance.
ELFA, ICMA publish high-yield SLB guidance to 'enhance effectiveness'
Recommendations have been published to "enhance the impact and effectiveness" of the high-yield sustainability-linked bond (SLB) market, after areas of "unique" inconsistency and inadequacy were identified.
TNFD explores creating nature database
The Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) is exploring how to set up a database of nature-related information, similar to one being planned for climate.
TNFD names date for launch of final recommendations
The co-chair of the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) has revealed the date it will launch its final recommendations.
'Huge opportunities' for gender-focused corporate sustainable bond growth
Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) said there are "huge opportunities" for growth in gender-focused sustainable bond issuance, especially for corporate bonds, as markets increasingly look for instruments tied to "tangible and positive impacts".
EU 'overregulating' on green finance, warns UK
The EU may be overregulating when it comes to green finance, a UK minister has claimed.
Pollination: 'Massive' climate potential in smallholder farmers
Business models that harness the work of smallholder farmers have "massive" potential for reaping economic and carbon benefits, facilitated by technology, an executive at Pollination has said.
G7 encourages transition plan implementation
The leaders of the world's biggest economies have called on the private sector to set and implement "credible" climate transition plans in line with the Paris Agreement.