• Annual Market Rankings winners revealed

    09 December 2016

    Environmental Finance is proud to announce the winners in its 17th Annual Market Rankings.

  • Free tool launched for measuring a fund's carbon footprint

    13 October 2016

    A free online tool that measures the carbon intensity of investment funds, has been launched by US-based NGO As You Sow.

  • Helping cities in developing countries benefit from the green bond market

    05 September 2016

    There are numerous ways in which cities in the 'global South' can tap into the green bond market, argues Padraig Oliver

  • Potential emissions from major companies fall, as investor pressure rises

    28 July 2016

    Potential emissions from the reserves of the largest publicly-traded fossil fuel companies have fallen by 15% in the last year, amid mounting pressure from investors, according to a report from Fossil Free Indexes (FFI).

  • Swedish fund manager offers 'climate-neutral' investments

    13 June 2016

    Ohman, a Stockholm-based fund manager, is offering investors in its sustainable equity funds the possibility of making their investments 'climate-neutral'.

  • Winners of Environmental Finance's Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings see lower prices but remain bullish

    06 June 2016

    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

    06 June 2016

    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.

  • People Moves

    20 May 2016

    The latest people moves from Carbon Tracker, South Pole, UNFCCC and GGGI

  • Last chance to vote in Voluntary Carbon Market Survey

    06 May 2016

    Environmental Finance is extending voting for this year's Voluntary Carbon Market Survey until noon (BST) on Monday 9 May.

  • Low-carbon indexes: the next generation

    26 April 2016

    The number of passive vehicles that allow investors to decarbonise continues to grow, but will future additions look at projected as well as current emissions, asks Sophie Robinson-Tillett