• News briefs from COP23

    10 November 2017

    Small island nation Fiji will have to spend around $4.5 billion over the next decade to prepare for rising temperatures, strengthening storms and higher sea levels.

  • HSBC expects up to $180bn of green bonds in 2018

    08 November 2017

    HSBC predicts green bond supply to reach as much as $180 billion next year, up from the bank's projected sum of $125 billion for 2017.

  • Green Investment Group and GE make €800m Swedish onshore wind investment

    08 November 2017

    GE and the Green Investment Group (GIG) have partnered to build a 650MW wind farm in Sweden, the largest onshore wind development in Europe.

  • KGAL's fourth renewables fund draws €255m investment

    05 July 2017

    German asset manager KGAL's fourth Enhanced Sustainable Power Fund (ESPF 4) has attracted €255 million ($288 million) of investment at its first close.

  • India, Paris and EIB add $2bn to green bond market

    03 July 2017

    The European Investment Bank (EIB), has issued a €1 billion ($1.124 billion) Climate Awareness Bond maturing in 2047.

  • Green bond round-up, 31 May 2017

    31 May 2017

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has published disclosure requirements for green bonds.

  • QE policy could increase risk of stranded assets, researchers warn

    31 May 2017

    Purchases of corporate bonds by the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of England, as part of their quantitative easing (QE) initiatives, could be adding to the risk of assets in the oil and gas sectors becoming 'stranded'.

  • Green bond round-up, 17 May 2017

    17 May 2017

    German mortgage lender Berlin Hyp is set to return to the green bond market with its second euro-denominated covered green bond.

  • Using scenario analysis to mitigate climate risks

    17 May 2017

    Climate scenario modelling has now moved beyond simple risk management to become a genuine strategic imperative, says Amine Bel Hadj Soulami

  • Energy efficiency needs historic level of public-private cooperation

    27 April 2017

    With the support of the public sector, over the next two to three years energy efficiency will rise up the corporate investment agenda and become more of a mainstream financing activity, writes Stephen Hibbert