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  • What is driving ESG investment in private markets?

    06 June 2024

    ESG has seen a shift from being a mere compliance consideration to driving value creation for private equity funds, writes Ambarish Srivastava

  • Regenerative agriculture project is first to obtain rating on carbon credits

    06 June 2024

    A regenerative agriculture project in the US has become the first of its kind to gain a rating for the carbon credits it generates.

  • Ardian acquires stake in French IPP

    06 June 2024
  • Mirova partners with Rainforest Alliance for nature-based projects

    06 June 2024
  • JETPs slow with execution and delivery, say banks

    06 June 2024

    Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETPs) are slow with their execution and delivery, despite ambitious approaches, a group of banks and investors have claimed.

  • Integrity Council announce first CCP-approved methodologies

    06 June 2024

    The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM) has approved the first set of carbon credit methodologies aligned with its best-in-class 'Core Carbon Principles' (CCPs), warning many methodologies will not make the cut.

  • Swen CP, Plenium jointly back €87m funding for French solar IPP business

    06 June 2024
  • Amazon takes delivery of investor letter on workers' rights

    05 June 2024

    Some 50 investors representing more than $1.2 trillion in combined assets have written to Amazon expressing concerns about the rights of its workers to undertake collective bargaining.

  • CA-CIB promoting 'sustainability-linked loan' bond and principles development

    05 June 2024

    Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (CA-CIB) considers 'sustainability-linked loan' bonds (SLLBs) a valuable addition to improve the transparency in the SLL market, amid ongoing work to develop principles for the lender-focused instrument.

  • Renewables in Europe: time for good projects and patient capital

    05 June 2024

    Price cannibalization and the bottleneck in the approval of new projects rank as the two biggest hurdles to overcome in order to complete the European energy transition, writes Lucas de Haro