The UK's Net Zero Strategy: A new era for climate litigation
A watershed moment for climate litigation has implications for companies, investors and policymakers, argue Mark Clarke and Janina Moutia-Bloom
Green and sustainability loans: the growth accelerates
The green and sustainability-linked loan market grew exponentially last year. The next growth spurt could be driven by emerging markets, Michael Hurley writes
Green and sustainability-linked loan market breaks $100bn barrier
The combined total of all green and sustainability-linked loans issued to date has reached about $111.5 billion, according to figures compiled by Environmental Finance.
Sustainable loan principles ‘key to unlocking gargantuan financing needs’
Recently-launched Sustainability-Linked Loan Principles (SLLPs) are ‘key to supplying the gargantuan amount of financing’ required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, White & Case has argued.
MEAG and Luxcara seal debt and equity deal for wind farm
German asset managers MEAG and Luxcara have structured a debt and equity deal to finance two wind farms in Norway.
Securitised bank loans key to solving climate crisis, G20 told
Sustainable securitised bank loans should become the primary source of financing for sustainable infrastructure projects, according to a study group set up to advise the G20.
The green and sustainability loan market: ready for take-off
Green and sustainability loans are the hot new trend in sustainable finance. Could they outgrow the booming green bond market, ask Nick Roumpis and Peter Cripps.
Environmental Finance Green Bond Awards winners revealed
Environmental Finance's Green Bond Awards have grown for the second consecutive year, as the number of categories expands in line with a rapidly expanding market.
Green Loan Principles could define "new shape of green finance"
A newly-launched set of Green Loan Principles could prove a key catalyst to develop a robust green lending market, according to law firm White & Case.