• CSDDD gets formal sign-off from EU countries

    24 May 2024
  • GRI and IFRS to collaborate on 'full interoperability' of standards

    24 May 2024

    The IFRS Foundation and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) have extended their working relationship to collaborate on full interoperability of each other's standards for "seamless" sustainability reporting.

  • Emerging market GSSS issuance hits all-time high in 2023, Amundi report finds

    23 May 2024

    Green, social, sustainability and sustainability-linked (GSSS) bond issuance in emerging markets reached an all-time high last year, according to a joint report by Amundi and the International Finance Corporation, largely driven by growth outside of China.

  • LGIM leads push for Nippon Steel to disclose its climate lobbying

    22 May 2024
  • Banks using PRB framework to aid CSRD reporting in absence of finance sector guidance

    22 May 2024

    Some banks are using a framework designed for the Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB) initiative to help meet reporting requirements under the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) webinar heard.

  • Bond round-up: AfDB, Verbund, IDB Invest ... and more

    22 May 2024
  • SDR-aligned ESG data tool next on the agenda for MainStreet

    16 May 2024

    An ESG data platform aligned with the UK Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) is likely to be the next tool to come from Allfunds' partnership with MainStreet Partners, Environmental Finance understands.

  • New York State pension fund looks to ramp up climate investments

    16 May 2024

    The New York State Common Retirement Fund has revealed to an Environmental Finance conference that it intends to scale-up its sustainable investments from an existing $22 billion to $40 billion.

  • Schroders Greencoat secures £170m from Environment Agency pension fund

    15 May 2024
  • M&G invests €107m into public-private partnership impact fund

    10 May 2024

    M&G has invested €107 million ($115.3 million) into the European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE), a public-private partnership (PPP) impact fund providing access to finance for underserved microfinance lenders and financial institutions in developing countries in southeastern and eastern Europe.