UK told to adopt ISSB in full to encourage 'equivalence' with US, EU disclosures
The UK has been urged to adopt the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) standards in their entirety, in a move that would support efforts to ensure 'equivalence' with US and EU requirements, respondents to a consultation said.
UK should 'seriously consider' taxonomy timeline after government overhaul
The UK government should reconsider the timeline for its taxonomy of sustainable activities after the entry of Prime Minister Liz Truss' administration, its independent advisory group has said.
Carney leads sustainable finance tributes to Queen Elizabeth II
The sustainable finance community has paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, after her death at the age of 96 ushered in the rein of outspoken environmentalist King Charles III.
Investor groups urge UK to 'learn lessons' from EU on gas in taxonomy
Three institutional investor-focused groups have urged the UK government to exclude natural gas from its proposed 'green' taxonomy, warning that inclusion would "discredit" the value of the green activities list.
UK has 'disowned' Dasgupta Review
The UK government has "disowned" the Dasgupta Review into the economics of biodiversity, through failing to act upon its findings, a politician claimed.
UK sustainability disclosure rules will be 'quite different' from EU
Early indications are that UK sustainability disclosure rules will diverge from those in the EU - but one expert warns compatibility must be ensured. Ahren Lester reports
UK climate disclosures mandatory within three years
Climate-related financial disclosures that will align with forthcoming standards to be drawn up by the International Sustainability Standards Board will become "mandatory" in the UK for investors in two or three years, the government has said.
UK launches group to advise on taxonomy
The UK government has appointed a Green Technical Advisory Group (GTAG) to advise it on creating a UK taxonomy...