• The ISO's Net Zero Guidelines

    24 March 2023

    The guidelines can provide a common global basis for sound and credible net zero action, providing investors with a robust reference point to form their strategy, writes Emily Faint

  • COP26 round-up, 5 November: IEA, CDP and BSI

    05 November 2021
  • Schroder BSC Social Impact (SBSI) Trust hopes to raise £26m

    03 November 2021

    Schroder BSC Social Impact (SBSI) Trust is planning to raise a further £26 million ($35m) from investors.

  • ISO commits to integrate climate considerations in global standards

    27 September 2021

    165 standard bodies have signed an international declaration to integrate climate considerations into all standards, in what was described as "a game changing moment for international standards".

  • News Round Up: MSCI, Sumitomo Life, British Standards Institution, and more

    02 December 2020
  • UK joins the push for green standards

    03 November 2017

    The UK's climate change minister has hinted that the UK may consider issuing a green bond - once standard definitions of sustainable and green finance have been drawn up.

  • Aviva agrees long-term finance facility for UK yieldco

    27 September 2016

    Aviva Investors has agreed to provide long-term financing for Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF), a London-listed investment company focussing on large-scale industrial and agricultural solar assets.

  • Financial firms join forces to raise $8bn for sustainable investments

    06 April 2016

    Bank of America has formed a new partnership within its Catalytic Finance Initiative (CFI) that aims to direct $8 billion to "high-impact sustainable investments".

  • BSIF increases credit facility and buys six projects

    26 January 2016

    Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has purchased six UK solar farms, expanding its capacity of its portfolio by a third.

  • Bluefield Solar Income Fund 'unaffected' by planned UK subsidy cuts

    26 October 2015

    Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) remains bullish about the UK solar market despite recently-proposed cuts to subsidies for small utility-scale renewable energy.