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  • Macquarie closes infra fund at €8bn

    22 January 2024
  • Energy's pivotal role in the transition to a regenerative economy

    19 January 2024

    By 2050, renewable electricity capacity will need to be twelve times larger than it was in 2020, writes Melanie Beyeler

  • 2024 will be key to defining quality shareholder engagement, says UBS

    18 January 2024

    The coming year will see greater emphasis on outcomes of shareholder engagement on ESG issues, according to UBS Asset Management.

  • Biodiversity Insight 2024 published

    17 January 2024

    Environmental Finance has published its Biodiversity Insight 2024, featuring articles about how investors are incorporating biodiversity risks into their decisions and identifying investments to protect and restore nature.

  • Mirova invests in Canadian energy efficiency improvements business

    16 January 2024
  • Sustainability assured?

    15 January 2024

    Are organisations ready for regulators' demands for independent assurance of sustainability disclosures, and are investors ready to reward companies providing assurance, Michael Hurley asks

  • People Moves, 12 January: Barclays, Impax, ABN AMRO, Natixis ... and more

    12 January 2024
  • Pictet environment fund eyes energy efficiency opportunities amid high energy prices

    11 January 2024

    Pictet Asset Management is to pursue more energy efficiency focused investments via its Global Environmental Opportunities fund, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.

  • Dedicated transition funds 'needed to drive change'

    09 January 2024

    Dedicated "transition" strategies can help "preserve clarity" in the sustainable investment sector and drive real change in the economy, said Altius Asset Management (Altius AM),...

  • Impax acquires fixed income manager as bonds become 'strategic priority'

    09 January 2024

    Sustainability specialist Impax Asset Management is to acquire fixed income manager Absalon Corporate Credit from Copenhagen-based Formuepleje Group.