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  • UK pensions reforms to unlock billions for climate investments, CIOs say

    11 July 2023

    Nine of the UK's largest pension schemes have signed up to a voluntary initiative to boost investment in unlisted equities, which CIOs have said could catalyse big investments in areas including climate-related technologies.

  • Paris-aligned benchmarks boom but are they helping the transition? Part two

    30 May 2023

    Asset owners are placing money in Paris-aligned benchmarks at a quickening rate but questioned whether they facilitate the transition. Michael Hurley reports

  • Paris-aligned benchmarks boom but are they helping the transition? Part one

    29 May 2023

    Asset owners are placing money in Paris-aligned benchmarks at a quickening rate but questioned whether they facilitate the transition. Michael Hurley reports

  • Investors welcome 'major step' of UK carbon markets regulation consultation

    10 April 2023

    Investors have commended the UK government's commitment to consulting on regulating voluntary carbon markets.

  • Net zero and COP27: are we doing enough?

    16 November 2022

    National plans to get to net zero require greater clarity to ensure energy security and a responsible transition to net zero, writes Tom Williams

  • Video: Dow Chemical's Andrea Vigo on the Use of Proceeds model combined with SLBs

    20 October 2022

    Andrea Vigo, Senior Funding Director at The Dow Chemical Company, shares his views on the 'use of proceeds' model, and how to make sustainability-linked bonds more impactful.

  • SLB market should 'adopt SLL practices'

    03 October 2022

    The sustainability-linked bond (SLB) market should adopt some of the practices common within its loan equivalent, and investors need to ensure poor SLBs are not invested in - even if they like the underlying credit.