20% of Hong Kong companies sustainability compliant
Only 20% of Hong Kong's largest companies have good compliance with international sustainability guidelines, according to Standard Ethics.
Danish pension fund PKA engaging with 64 oil and gas giants on climate
Danish pension fund PKA has said divestment is a possibility for 64 oil and gas companies with which it is currently engaging on climate-related issues.
North American electricity utilities trail European counterparts in transition to low-carbon economy
Electricity utilities are, on average, not reducing emissions fast enough to be in line with a scenario that would limit climate change to the Paris Agreement's 2°C target, a Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) study has found.
2015 has seen an 'inexorable rise' in voluntary carbon pricing for corporates, says CDP
There has been an "inexorable rise" in the number of public companies putting a price on carbon, according to a report from CDP.