Archive

  • Integrating human rights into investment decision making

    19 June 2024

    By directing funds toward companies that uphold human rights, investors can help drive meaningful progress while generating attractive returns at reduced risk, writes Miranda Beacham

  • CA100+ companies 'not walking the talk on climate', says AI-driven analysis

    19 June 2024

    High-emitting companies targeted by investor engagement are failing to evidence the climate action promised by their public targets, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based analysis of their transition planning has found.

  • NGFS encourages central banks to model 'worst-case' climate impacts

    19 June 2024

    The Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) has encouraged central banks to disclose the results of analysis exploring the worst-case scenario for climate-related physical and transition risks.

  • EU regulators pitch SFDR 'sustainability scale' and 'transition' category

    18 June 2024

    EU regulators have suggested creating a category for 'transition investment' and a scale by which the relative sustainability of investments can be judged in an opinion on the review of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

  • Why the SBTi must abandon its offsetting proposal

    18 June 2024

    The SBTi Board's proposal to allowing carbon offsetting to achieve climate objectives is ineffective and dangerous, writes Alain Grandjean

  • Actis launches Peru power producer

    18 June 2024
  • Indosuez launches impact fund

    18 June 2024
  • Microsoft and BTG Pactual announce landmark carbon credit deal

    18 June 2024

    BTG Pactual Timberland Investment Group (TIG) has agreed to provide Microsoft with eight million nature-based carbon removal credits, believed to be the largest carbon removal transaction to date.

  • Verdane, Södra back Nordic carbon capture and offsetting business

    18 June 2024

    Private equity investor Verdane has provided two years of funding in carbon removals business Njord Carbon, alongside Swedish forest owner association Södra.

  • EU countries agree weakened text for green claims directive

    18 June 2024

    EU countries have agreed a text for the proposed Green Claims Directive which contains weaker language on the use of carbon credits than that agreed by the European Parliament.