'Sharp emissions reversal' needed to meet 1.5°C, warns Lombard Odier
A "sharp reversal in current trends" is needed, if the 1.5°C global temperature increase limit is to be met, Lombard Odier has warned.
Combating inflation best way to support green investments, ECB says
The European Central Bank (ECB) has scotched a suggestion that it could introduce measures to insulate climate-themed investments from inflation, as it said ensuring price stability over the medium term is the best way to ensure inflation does not impair the energy transition.
'Strong ESG rating helps' Africa's biggest renewables deal
The process of securing Africa's biggest renewable energy deal was smoothed by the company being acquired having an outstanding ESG rating, it was claimed.
CDP: Finance industry must limit water risk 'blind spots'
More financial institutions need to assess their water risks to help reduce their risk "blind spots", with banks leading the way so far, disclosures platform CDP said.
OCBC introduces green loans
Foresight invests in vertical farming
Nuveen launches real estate decarbonisation strategy
Six things to know for impact managers
A legal perspective on the complications of raising and managing an impact fund is provided by Oliver Rochman, William Yonge, Carl Valenstein, Zeke Johnson and Divya Thakur
PBAF seeks to nip biodiversity materiality struggles in the bud
The Partnership for Biodiversity Accounting Financials (PBAF) is prioritising helping financial institutions overcome their struggles to assess biodiversity materiality, the organisation has said.
EU's riposte to US green subsidies greeted with cautious praise
An initiative by the European Commission designed to secure its domestic supply chains for green technologies has been greeted with cautious praise by industry representatives.