• Investors urged to steer carefully around autos following Mitsubishi scandal

    20 April 2016

    Investors were warned to be wary of the automobile sector after another major manufacturer was embroiled in an emissions scandal.

  • Car makers set for up to $4.8bn fines for non-compliance on climate change, warns CDP

    21 March 2016

    Leading car manufacturers could face penalties of up for $4.8 billion for falling short of emissions rules, CDP has warned investors.

  • Will mandatory carbon reporting drive change?

    16 March 2016

    On the day that the UK government heeded calls not to scrap mandatory carbon reporting, Roger Ponting and Rory Sullivan share the sobering findings of some research into the effect of the legislation

  • Climate disclosure task force urged to recommend 2°C stress test

    10 February 2016

    Fossil fuel companies should stress test their businesses for a future in which global warming is limited to 2°C and disclose the results to investors.

  • Stoxx launches world's first low-carbon index based on CDP's Climate A List

    05 February 2016

    STOXX has joined the growing list of index providers offering low-carbon products, with the launch of the first index based on the CDP's 'Climate A List'.

  • Investors hope for ambitious Paris agreement this weekend

    11 December 2015

    Investors were cautiously optimistic that the Paris climate summit would over the weekend yield a landmark agreement to tackle emissions.

  • Portfolio Decarbonisation Coalition smashes its $100bn pre-Paris target

    27 November 2015

    The Portfolio Decarbonisation Coalition (PDC) has landed commitments of $230 billion – more than double its pre-climate summit target.

  • Number of companies with emissions targets doubles, says CDP

    06 November 2015

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise has urged companies to "take swift and bold action" to address climate change, as research reveals the number of firms with emissions-reduction targets has doubled since 2010.

  • Businesses lay out their demands ahead of COP21

    02 November 2015

    A coalition representing some of the biggest companies in the world has cranked up the pressure on finance ministers to deliver a "robust and meaningful agreement" at the Paris climate summit in a month.

  • Investors push for mandatory ESG reporting

    29 October 2015

    Calls for companies to be forced to report non-financial indicators have been growing, and IOSCO and the WFE now need to take concerted action to drive the agenda forward, argues Tracey Rembert