Church of England to support Toyota lobbying resolution
The Church of England Pensions Board (COEPB) is to take action at Toyota's upcoming AGM over concerns its lobbying "may be undermining the goals of the Paris Agreement".
Loans round-up: QTS Realty, Loxam Group, Toyota Mexico and more...
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.
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
CDP announces 179 'A list' leading climate action companies
CDP has named over 170 firms as being global leaders for transparency and action on climate change for 2019.
VIDEO: What is next on the ESG horizon for Toyota?
Speaking at our ESG in Fixed Income Americas conference in September, Adam Stam, National Manager - Secured Funding at Toyota Motor Credit Corporation explains what projects Toyota is working on and how these relate to social and sustainability bonds and what is next on their ESG horizon.
CDP unveils Johnson & Johnson, Gap and Kao in green leaders list
Johnson & Johnson, Gap and KAO have reached the top 2% of firms covered by CDP's annual environmental ranking.
Green bonds round-up, 16 January
Italian energy company Enel has returned to the green bond market, with its third such deal, raising €1 billion ($1.1 billion).
Green bond round-up, 2 January 2019
Automobile giant Toyota is set to return to the green bond market this month.
LGIM announces exclusions from its £5bn Future World Funds
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has named the companies it regards as leaders and laggards on climate change issues, as part of its attempt to remove climate-related risk from its £5 billion ($6.7 billion) Future World funds.