Voting opens for Environmental Finance's 20th Annual Market Rankings
Voting has begun in Environmental Finance's Annual Market Rankings (LINK) – the largest and most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets, which is now in its 20th year.
Market leaders in bullish mood
Major environmental markets saw healthy growth in activity in 2018 and the winners of our annual Market Rankings see plenty of reasons for optimism about next year.
Last chance to vote in Environmental Finance Market Rankings
Voting in Environmental Finance's Annual Market Rankings – the most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets – will close at midnight on Monday (5 November).
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Private equity will struggle to implement TCFD, lawyer predicts
Private equity firms will struggle to implement the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) across their many portfolio companies, a lawyer has predicted.
Legislation to clarify fiduciary duty could be mistake, says law firm
Efforts to clarify investors’ fiduciary duty with regards to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in regulation are misplaced and could “unnecessarily box investors in”, according to law firm Baker McKenzie.
Channelling capital into forest conservation
A significant increase in the level of private finance being channelled into forest conservation is required in order to meet the aims of the Paris Agreement, a roundtable organised by Environmental Finance and Finance for Forests heard. Michael Hurley reports
Australia faces mounting climate policy challenge
Climate policy has long been the subject of bitter political feuds in Australia, leaving the country grappling with policy change every electoral cycle. What does climate action in Australia look like this year? Katie Kouchakji reports
Strong markets await regulatory changes
Markets for renewable energy certificates (RECs) are growing around the world, but regulatory developments are keeping the biggest market players on their toes, says Nick Roumpis
Structural work underpins carbon market optimism
If 2017 was the year of carbon market maintenance, with legislation extending the life of schemes in the US and Europe, 2018 could be defined by greater linking between initiatives, says Michael Hurley