• People Moves

    08 May 2014

    The latest moves across the industry, including senior appointments at Climate Change Capital, the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and SunEdison.

  • Bunge's Alsembach takes over at CCC

    30 April 2014

    The head of Bunge's asset management a­rm has taken over at the helm of Climate Change Capital (CCC), the environmental asset manager and advisory group it bought in 2012.

  • Speed up EU ETS reforms or risk lost decade: Climate Change Capital

    25 February 2014

    The EU's Emissions Trading System risks suffering a "lost decade" unless policymakers bring forward plans to combat the oversupply of allowances dogging the market, Climate Change Capital has warned.

  • Ventus funds seek additional £20m for UK wind, hydro projects

    12 February 2014

    Two London-based renewable energy funds are seeking to raise an additional £20 million ($33 million) to support small-scale wind and hydroelectric projects in the UK.

  • EU's 2030 targets are bare minimum, say investors

    22 January 2014

    The EU's proposed climate and energy policies for 2030 were branded by investors and companies as the "minimum necessary" to keep the region on track for a transition to a low-carbon economy.

  • Carbon Tracker appoints senior lawyer as first CEO

    03 December 2013

    Anthony Hobley, global head of sustainability and climate change at law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, is to become the first CEO of the Carbon Tracker Initiative.

  • People moves

    15 November 2013

    The latest people moves in the environmental markets, covering companies including Terra Firma, Deutsche Bank, Climate Change Capital, the Global Reporting Initiative and more

  • Infinis passes milestone on road to '£930m' float

    04 November 2013

    The renewables company run by private equity giant Terra Firma, has provided further details of its plans to float this month, in a move expected to value the company at up to £930 million ($1.5 billion).

  • Terra Firma to float '£1.5bn' Infinis

    21 October 2013

    Private equity giant Terra Firma's Infinis Energy is set to become the latest renewables firm to tap the public markets after it announced plans for a float that could value the company at £1.5 billion ($2.4 billion).

  • Who should finance CCS?

    10 September 2013

    The NER300 mechanism within the EU Emissions Trading System has failed in its goal of financing carbon capture and storage. It would be better to put the obligation on fossil fuel suppliers rather than the power generators, says Ian Temperton