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  • Google, Unilever & more to pilot VCMI carbon credits code of conduct

    07 June 2022

    Businesses including Google, Unilever and Hitachi will pilot a 'code of practice' scheme to classify the integrity of carbon credits bought by companies voluntarily.

  • Standard Chartered CEO: 'VCMs exist because governments have failed'

    24 May 2022

    Standard Chartered has hailed the voluntary carbon market (VCM) as the best route for wealth to flow from developed nations to emerging markets.

  • Shareholders pressure Standard Chartered to commit financing to net zero

    05 May 2022

    Nearly 12% of Standard Charted shareholders voted for a resolution which urged the bank to align its financing with its 2050 net zero commitment.

  • Major banks to disclose airline loan book emissions

    08 April 2022
  • Carbon market platform launched

    16 March 2022

    A voluntary carbon market platform has been launched by Climate Impact X (CIX) to facilitate the listing and selling of international carbon credits.

  • People moves 28 January: ISSB, J.P. Morgan, DBS, KPMG, and more...

    28 January 2022
  • Drew moves to Standard Chartered

    28 January 2022
  • Coal terminal developer issues 'ridiculous' sustainability-linked bond

    19 January 2022

    An Indian port operator developing a coal terminal has sparked controversy after it raised $400 million from its debut sustainability-linked bond.

  • Banking on net zero ... by 2050

    08 December 2021

    The Net Zero Banking Alliance has attracted some of the world's biggest lenders. What has been achieved so far, asks Thomas Cox

  • Ground-breaking BlackRock public-private EM climate fund exceeds target

    02 November 2021

    BlackRock has announced its flagship public-private financing Emerging Market (EM) climate infrastructure investment fund has raised more than $670 million...