S&P: Physical climate risk could reduce global economy by 4.4% a year
Physical climate risks are likely to become more material to S&P's sovereign rating analysis, the rating agency says. Ahren Lester reports
SGX: 'Uneven' Singapore climate disclosures a 'reality check'
Climate-related disclosures by Singapore-listed firms remain "uneven" after the recent roll-out of requirements by the Singapore Exchange (SGX), but the stock exchange hopes data from the first round of reporting will spur improvement.
$11trn group of investors back responsible mining commission
EBA finalises template for collecting banking climate-related data
The Future of ESG Data, Asia: conference round-up
The region faces unique challenges, including that many SMEs are not able or willing to report the ESG data being demanded of them. Peter Cripps reports
UK to target impact as part of expected Growth Fund announcement
The UK Chancellor will announce a UK Growth Fund, using private capital to fuel its public policy priorities and target positive environmental and social impact, at this week's Autumn Statement, an academic has claimed.
New sustainability finance hires 'specifically requesting no SFDR reporting'
New sustainability hires at companies and some banks are specifically requesting that their role does not require any EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) reporting duties as "reporting fatigue" deepens,...
EFRAG publishes draft for voluntary SME disclosures
The Future of ESG Data Asia conference: Does APAC need ISSB-Lite?
The Asia-Pacific region might require a slimmed down version of the sustainability standards drawn up by the IFRS's International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), a conference heard.