Sustainable fund sells out of Tesla as valuation soars
A leading sustainability-focused fund revealed it has sold its stake in Tesla because of its soaring valuation.
Bitcoin 'net negative' ESG investment, says BMO
Bitcoin is a "net negative" investment from an environmental, social and governance (ESG) standpoint, according to BMO in a statement in response to electric vehicle maker Tesla saying it would stop accepting Bitcoin for car purchases.
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Bitcoin a threat to Tesla's ESG credentials
Comment: Is there really a green bubble?
Is the dramatic growth of renewables and other green stocks over the past year justified, or will it come crashing back down to earth, asks Peter Cripps
ESG data provider involvement good for impact investing, says Triodos
Triodos has welcomed the increasing participation of large environmental, social and governance (ESG) data providers as a positive development for impact investors.
ESG Ratings in fixed income: A good start
ESG ratings should only be used as a first step when it comes to assessing issuers, a panel at Environmental Finance's ESG and Fixed Income 2020 conference heard. Ahren Lester reports
$20trn of investors urge firms to set science-based targets
Green bond comment, October 2020: Automotive green bonds drive up corporate issuance
Issuance from car makers has shifted to a higher gear in recent months, and it is a sign that corporates more broadly are tapping the market, says Ahren Lester
HSBC identifies upsides of pandemic for autonomous vehicles
Banking giant HSBC believes the prospects of autonomous vehicles (AVs) have been boosted by the social effects of the coronavirus outbreak.