Absolute versus intensity targets. Part two
Investors often leave companies to decide which type of target is most appropriate for their business. Genevieve Redgrave reports
Absolute versus intensity targets
Investors are increasingly calling for companies to adopt absolute emissions reductions targets, but intensity targets continue to dominate, at least for now. Genevieve Redgrave reports
IIGCC to step up pressure on banks to demonstrate action on net zero
A group representing investors with €65 trillion ($70 trillion) in assets under management has published a set of expectations for banks, as they push for more details on how banks will act on pledges to achieve net zero emissions.
Royal Bank of Canada ranked world's biggest fossil fuel financier
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has been ranked the world's biggest financier of fossil fuels, as banks across the US, Canada and Japan continue to dominate financing for oil and gas expansion.
JP Morgan launches $50m sustainable bond strategy
JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has launched an actively managed sustainable bond strategy focused on shorter duration investment.
Research: Transitioning insurers' portfolios
Environmental Finance's sister publication Insurance Asset Risk and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have launched the third edition of their annual research report into the sustainable investing practices of insurers.
Labelled bond market sees strong start to 2023, says JP Morgan
The green, social, sustainable and sustainability-linked (GSSS) bond market has enjoyed a strong start to 2023, said JP Morgan,...