90% of Green Finance Summit participants vote for mandatory TCFD
There was 90% support for making the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) mandatory within five years, according to a poll of the audience at the Green Finance Summit in London.
New ESG reporting platform aims to generate data insights
IHS Markit plans to launch an ESG reporting platform next week, which will be developed to include data mining services, to improve the transparency and accessibility of the data for investors and other users.
Winners revealed in voluntary carbon poll
Developments in international policy, new standards and the promise of future demand from the aviation industry are pushing the voluntary carbon market forward, the top firms in Environmental Finance's 2017 rankings say
Voluntary carbon high-flyers preparing for market's take-off
The promise of future demand from the aviation industry and new types of financing are fuelling optimism in the voluntary carbon market, the top-ranking firms in Environmental Finance's 2017 Voluntary Carbon Markets Rankings say.
EF BRIEFS: Invenergy, RGGI
Chicago-based clean energy company Invenergy Wind has completed the project financing for its 74.8MW Roncevaux wind farm in Quebec.
Winners of Environmental Finance's Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings see lower prices but remain bullish
Despite another year of low prices, optimism remains high in the voluntary carbon market, according to Environmental Finance's annual survey.
Low prices, but high hopes for the voluntary carbon market
Sweeping changes in environmental markets made 2015 a pivotal year for the voluntary carbon credits, according to respondents in Environmental Finance's Voluntary Carbon Market Survey.
Last chance to vote in Voluntary Carbon Market Survey
Environmental Finance is extending voting for this year's Voluntary Carbon Market Survey until noon (BST) on Monday 9 May.
Voting opens for the Annual Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings
For the seventh year, Environmental Finance is conducting its annual rankings of the voluntary carbon markets.
Prices down, but optimism up
Prices have come under renewed pressure, say the winners of this year's Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings, but growing interest from corporates offers reasons for hope. Peter Cripps reports