Common-ground taxonomy to be expanded
The Common Ground Taxonomy (CGT) of sustainable activities is being extended beyond the EU and China, by the International Platform on Sustainable Finance, Ma Jun has said.
Updates to 'common ground' taxonomy published
ICMA: 'Common ground' taxonomy should increase scope, not granularity
The International Capital Market Association (ICMA) has recommended that the landmark 'common ground' taxonomy (CGT) of green activities widens its scope to include additional categories and transition activities, but avoids developing the granularity seen in the EU Taxonomy.
'Much needed' EU, China common ground taxonomy published
The International Platform on Sustainable Finance (IPSF) has published its long-awaited initial scoping report detailing its "common ground" taxonomy (CGT) of green activities, described as a "much-needed" attempt to set global definitions.
UK joins International Platform on Sustainable Finance
Hong Kong regulators deliver action plan for greening financial ecosystem
A steering group composed of key Hong Kong regulators has announced its five-point action plan for a green and sustainable finance strategy for the major financial centre.
Singapore regulator considering 'green' and 'transition' taxonomy
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced it is considering formulating a taxonomy of its own covering 'green' and 'transition' activities, amid its plan to roll-out environmental risk management guidelines for all financial institutions.