• German central bank studies physical climate risk in bond portfolio

    17 June 2024
  • Clean Energy Ventures leads $8m for battery chemical circularity business

    14 June 2024
  • Regen agriculture report highlights financing challenges

    13 June 2024

    Regenerative agriculture will need to go through a "maturity curve", advisory and investment firm Pollination has said, arguing that large institutional capital and concessional finance will need to enter the market at scale.

  • CGF, Eurazeo, Aviva lead £6m in UK clean heat developer

    13 June 2024
  • Biodiversity and carbon credits "poised for massive expansion"

    11 June 2024

    The biodiversity and carbon credit markets are "poised for massive expansion", but more needs to be done to connect the two mechanisms and utilise their co-benefits, the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) has said.

  • LeapFrog leads $65m financing for Indian EV battery business

    11 June 2024
  • Singapore Taxonomy's CGT inclusion progressing - but without transition

    07 June 2024

    Advanced work is underway for the Singapore-Asia Taxonomy to be added to the EU-China Common Ground Taxonomy (CGT), but it will not include the transition elements of the Singaporean sustainability list.

  • JETPs slow with execution and delivery, say banks

    06 June 2024

    Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETPs) are slow with their execution and delivery, despite ambitious approaches, a group of banks and investors have claimed.

  • Integrity Council announce first CCP-approved methodologies

    06 June 2024

    The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM) has approved the first set of carbon credit methodologies aligned with its best-in-class 'Core Carbon Principles' (CCPs), warning many methodologies will not make the cut.

  • Adaptation funding gap could lead to more opportunities, says Oxford University's Ranger

    05 June 2024

    A mismatch in funding 'resilient adaptation' strategies could result in a "huge opportunity" for investors, according to Oxford University's Nicola Ranger.