EU carbon price breaks €100 barrier
Europe's carbon price broke the €100 ($106) barrier for the first time on Tuesday, boosted by strong demand amid policy reforms.
EU carbon price suffers largest one-day fall
The price of carbon credits under the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) fell by its largest one-day amount on Tuesday, as rising energy prices and the Russian war in Ukraine put pressure on the soaring market.
Dutch MEP decries privatisation of ESG data important to insurers
Kieler Rück CEO calls European Single Access Point a "game changer"
Cultural diversity on boards barely shifted since 2016, says Refinitiv
The global average level of cultural diversity on boards has barely shifted since 2016, according to new diversity and inclusion data from Refinitiv.
China ETS trading gets off to strong start
Market excitement and allowance hoarding supported strong carbon prices during the early trading sessions of the nationwide China carbon market - but more is needed for this key but much-delayed climate policy to deliver on its aim, Refinitiv carbon lead analyst Yan Qin tells Ahren Lester
Q&A with David Craig, co-chair of the TNFD
The goal of the TNFD is to ensure that nature-related costs and risks are factored into financial flows, and that money is redirected to be nature positive, Craig tells Michael Hurley
Social surge helps 2020 sustainable bond issuance to double
After a record-breaking $600 billion sustainable bond issuance in 2020 in which diversification beyond green bonds gathered pace, expectations are high that the momentum will be carried into 2021. Ahren Lester reports