• Financing under spotlight in plastic treaty negotiations

    01 May 2024

    After a 'disappointing' end to negotiations on a global plastics treaty, financing the implementation of a future treaty has been named as a key topic requiring progress before negotiations resume later this year.

  • Mandatory plastic disclosure takes centre stage in treaty negotiations

    22 April 2024

    Mandatory plastic disclosures for the financial sector could be one step closer as negotiations restart on a global plastics treaty, but the market has lamented the slow progress.

  • Transparency needed to bring more credibility to sustainable loans market

    17 April 2024

    The sustainability-linked loan market is evolving, as it battles to overcome its credibility issues, the Environmental Finance Sustainable Debt EMEA conference heard.

  • CDPQ close to achieving 2030 carbon reduction target

    10 April 2024
  • More action needed on companies' plastic data, says CDP

    09 April 2024

    Major gaps in corporate plastic data highlight the need for mandatory plastic-related disclosure rules, according to CDP, the not-for-profit group that runs the global environmental disclosure system.

  • $77bn under threat from water risks, says CDP

    22 March 2024

    Water risks in companies' supply chains pose $77 billion of potential financial losses, said the CDP, as it urges financial institutions to be held accountable for their portfolios' impact.

  • People Moves, 15 March: Low Carbon, Persefoni, New Forests, CDP, EdenTree, SBTi ... and more

    15 March 2024
  • Natural Capital Investment EMEA: early bird ends on Friday

    08 February 2024

    The early bird rate for Environmental Finance's fifth annual Natural Capital Investment EMEA conference ends on Friday, so register now to save 20% on the delegate fee.

  • 10 companies rated 'A' for disclosure quality from CDP

    07 February 2024
  • COP28 deal to transition away from fossil fuels 'keeps 1.5°C alive' - but loopholes remain

    13 December 2023

    Countries have agreed to transition away from fossil fuels in an historic first for a UN climate conference, with claims it "keeps 1.5°C alive" - but observers warned of several "loopholes" that could undermine its implementation.