Indian financial sector 'not prepared' for the transition
Major exposure to high-emitting sectors and insufficient risk-management policies means the Indian financial sector is 'not prepared' for the energy transition, according to research.
EU taxonomy amber category 'could lead to greenwashing'
The planned introduction of an amber category in the EU's taxonomy is likely to lead to greenwashing if not used as a short-term transitional stepping stone, an Environmental Finance conference heard.
Can the patchwork of taxonomies springing up across the world ever be reconciled, ask Genevieve Redgrave and Peter Cripps
Polluting companies banned from Chinese insurers' PE portfolios
CBIRC spells out environmental blacklist for private equity portfolios
Green bonds: Assessing the external reviewers
Sustainalytics continued to dominate the market for external reviewers in 2019, writes Christopher Marchant
Talking transition with metals and mining companies
Bringing 'brown' sectors to the green bond market is possible, but will require a sophisticated approach to assessing companies' strategies to shift to low-carbon business models, writes Manuel Adamini
Central banks should remove market neutrality, says CBI
Central banks are being recommended to remove their doctrine of market neutrality in order to tackle climate change risks, according to a report by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).
CBI, Dubai announce push to develop green sukuk
The Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with market authorities in Dubai to encourage the growth of the green sukuk market.