• SDCL's UK solar portfolio sold for £90.8m

    07 May 2024
  • People Moves, 3 May: ING, JP Morgan Asset Management, Aviva, Impax, NEST ... and more

    03 May 2024
  • 'Minimal additional effort' to build on ISSB to meet CSRD, says EU-ISSB guidance

    02 May 2024

    EU companies reporting under European standards can comply with global standards "with minimal additional effort", according to the European Commission.

  • Will the SEC's climate rule be a game changer?

    02 May 2024

    Listed companies in the world's largest economy will be subject to climate reporting rules the first time. Michael Hurley explores the ramifications

  • More ESG resolutions expected at Berkshire Hathaway meeting

    02 May 2024
  • ESRS for specific sectors and non-EU companies delayed by two years

    30 April 2024
  • Green bond emissions accounting could 'significantly boost' market

    30 April 2024

    Accounting exclusively for project emissions financed through green bonds could "significantly boost" demand for the instrument as well as encourage greater green bond supply from 'transition' issuers, according to Barclays.

  • Heavy industries must speed up to get on track with emissions targets, says WBA

    30 April 2024

    Heavy industries need to triple carbon emission intensity reduction over the next five years to align with the 1.5°C trajectory, data from the World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) has found.

  • Japan shows value of clear policy to spur transition finance, JCR says

    29 April 2024

    Japan's sovereign transition bond, and its links to government 'roadmaps' to decarbonise high-emitting sectors, shows how clear policy frameworks can catalyse 'transition finance', according to Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR).

  • 'Hard-to-abate' green bonds tell transition investors we are 'here for real'

    29 April 2024

    Green bonds are valuable for hard-to-abate issuers to demonstrate what they are doing right now to secure a low-carbon future when 'zero carbon' technologies are still being developed, according to Alcoa and ING.