• 'Game-changing' zero-deforestation soy finance initiative launched

    04 August 2022

    Three major UK supermarket chains have invested $11 million in a 'green bond'-backed soy farming finance initiative providing financial incentives for Brazilian farmers to commit to cultivating soy without engaging in deforestation or land conversion.

  • NOAA warns of busy 2020 hurricane season

    26 May 2020

    An above-normal Atlantic hurricane season is forecast for 2020, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has warned.

  • Investing in the oceans

    21 October 2019

    Investors targeting SDG14 – life below water – can find themselves fishing in murky waters, writes Joe Walsh

  • People moves: ING; Danske Bank; Columbia Threadneedle; GIZ; OPIC

    06 September 2019

    Guo steps down as VP of sustainable finance at ING

  • Bonds round-up: ICBC, Banque Postale, ABN Amro, ERG, Yorkshire Water, Woolworths, Shinhan Bank, IADB, Chile, Otto, Arizona State University, NYC Housing, OPIC, Nomura, Trianon

    17 April 2019

    La Banque Postale has issued its first green bond, raising €750 million ($849 million).

  • Green bond round-up: Société du Grand Paris, Duke Energy, ReNew Power, Kommuninvest, World Bank, Santa Fe

    13 March 2019
  • Green bonds round-up, 16 January

    16 January 2019

    Italian energy company Enel has returned to the green bond market, with its third such deal, raising €1 billion ($1.1 billion).

  • Green Bonds round-up, 28 November

    28 November 2018

    France's state-owned postal company La Poste saw its inaugural €500 million ($564 million) green bond attract orders amounting to more than €2.1 billion.

  • Green bonds round-up - 24 Oct - 17 new deals

    24 October 2018

    Royal Schiphol Group, the owner of Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, has priced a green bond worth €500 million ($576 million), making it the first European airport to issue green-labelled notes.

  • BlackRock in public-private venture to mainstream 'climate infrastructure'

    27 September 2018

    BlackRock, with $6.3 trillion assets under management, has joined a group of public and private sector funders in an initiative which seeks to mainstream 'climate infrastructure' in emerging markets.