UK local government 'climate bond' toolkit launched
UK 'should streamline EU's DNSH criteria for its own taxonomy'
The more than 700 'do no significant harm' (DNSH) criteria for disclosures in line with the EU taxonomy should be drastically cut back to avoid "usability issues" with the UK's own version, according to a UK government-mandated expert group.
Nature investment tracker to be launched by UK financial institutions
Some of the largest UK financial institutions have launched a group that aims to develop a database to track private finance investments in nature.
Bank of England supports UK nature finance risk analysis
GFI flags ways to scale finance for sustainable farming
Powering the UK battery revolution
The Green Finance Institute's proposed Battery Investment Facility could be transformative for the sector, writes Suzanna Hinson
UK financial institutions 'much more' engaged with TNFD than corporates
UK-based financial institutions have shown "much more engagement" with developing the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) recommendations than corporates,...
COP15 agreement 'not only road' to nature transparency
Montreal: Financial institutions will have to report on their nature risks regardless of the outcome of COP15 due to nature-related action from central banks, an executive at Rabobank has said.
Simplified EU taxonomy could be global baseline, UK expert suggests
A simplified EU taxonomy of sustainable activities would help pave the way for its adoption globally as a starting point on which other jurisdictions could more easily build, according to the chair of the UK's taxonomy advisory group.