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  • SEC reporting proposals 'to boost US corporate GSSS bonds'

    25 January 2023

    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposals on climate reporting will help drive greater uptake of green, social, sustainable and sustainability-linked (GSSS) bond in the US...

  • Carbon credit labelling can tackle integrity concerns, says standards body

    19 January 2023

    A labelling scheme to help investors identify 'high quality' carbon credits in the voluntary markets will propel the growth of credit sales in tandem with ensuring the integrity of the market, a senior figure at the body developing the label has said.

  • 'Integrity council' readies first approvals of carbon credits programmes

    19 January 2023

    A body aiming to bring 'integrity' to the voluntary carbon markets is preparing to approve its first carbon credits programmes, with a label to denote carbon credit quality set to be ready by September, it has said.

  • People Moves 2 December: JP Morgan, First Sentier, Janus Henderson ... and more

    02 December 2022
  • People Moves 25 November including Crédit Agricole, Janus Henderson, M&G and more...

    25 November 2022
  • EDF signs first green loan for nuclear energy

    24 November 2022

    French power giant Électricité de France (EDF) has signed a €1 billion ($1 billion) green loan to finance investments in nuclear energy - the first green loan deal dedicated to the controversial source of green energy.

  • Investors launch nature-positive forest roadmap

    16 November 2022
  • COP27: Sustainable agriculture finance initiative launched

    14 November 2022
  • People Moves 14 October including MAS, UKSIF, HKMA and more...

    14 October 2022
  • Verra slams ICVCM's 'unworkable' Core Carbon Principles

    10 October 2022

    A draft set of governing principles could cause a "rebellion" in the voluntary carbon market (VCM) if ratified, warned Verra - the world's largest verifier of voluntary carbon credits.