£30bn pension fund hails 'successful' year of ESG progress
Brunel Pension Partnership has lauded its progress on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in its inaugural responsible investment and stewardship outcomes report.
European oil majors climate pledge disappointment continues
Despite progress from European oil majors in strengthening their climate ambitions, analysis by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) concluded that none are yet on the path to net-zero emissions.
Transition Pathway Initiative eyes analysis of corporate debt market
The Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) plans to extend its analysis of management quality and carbon performance to corporate issuers of fixed income products.
BlackRock hails sustainable ETFs in wake of Covid-19
Sustainable ETFs chalked up another resilient performance amid the market turmoil in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. BlackRock's regional sustainable ETF head tells Ahren Lester what may have driven this, and what it means for the future of the asset class.
Adam Matthews: A believer in the power of engagement
The Church of England Pensions Board's ethics and engagement director explains to Ahren Lester the key role asset managers can play in driving the transition to a low-carbon economy
Transition-focused index backed by Church of England pension
The pension board of the Church of England (CofE) has allocated £600 million ($780 million) to a fund tracking a first-of-its-kind, custom-made, climate transition index, and issued a rallying call for other pension funds to follow.
Airlines failing investors on carbon disclosure, TPI warns
None of the world’s 20 largest publicly listed airlines has set a target that clearly specifies how it will reduce its flight emissions after 2025, according to the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI).
Low-carbon index will use TPI to reward climate leaders, says pension fund
A new low-carbon index will look to use analysis by the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) to increase or decrease the amount of capital allocated to listed companies based on their current and future performance on climate-related issues.
Divest from oil and gas by 2023, £12bn Church of England instructed
The Church of England has agreed to divest from oil and gas firms by 2023 unless they can demonstrate sufficient efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change.