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  • A burning need for carbon finance in clean cooking

    25 July 2024

    Carbon finance can be a powerful catalyst to help make universal access to clean cooking solutions a reality by 2030, writes Nick Marshall

  • Swiss Re launches 'first-of-its-kind' carbon credit insurance

    25 July 2024
  • Jamaican sustainable bond listing framework on track for September

    25 July 2024

    The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) expects to finalise its framework for issuers to list sustainable bonds by the end of September, as it continues it work by publishing a guide to issuing these labelled instruments.

  • Gender equality essential to nature, says Mirova

    24 July 2024

    Improving gender equality is necessary to address land degradation, French investor Mirova has said in its annual impact report for the $200 million Land Degradation Neutrality Fund, as it looks to expand the fund's social impact.

  • Guyana to lead biodiversity finance coalition

    24 July 2024
  • 'Concern' over Article 6.2 implementation, says IETA

    24 July 2024

    There is a growing level of "concern" from countries beginning to implement Article 6.2 deals that their approach could soon be superseded, according to the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA).

  • India plans climate finance taxonomy

    24 July 2024

    India's Ministry of Finance has announced funding to create a taxonomy to attract climate finance, spanning adaptation and mitigation activities.

  • 'Not credible' to run transition funds from third-party data, says MetLife IM

    24 July 2024

    It is "not credible" for investment managers to run a transition investment strategy using third-party data vendors rather than using in-house research, according to MetLife Investment Management (MetLife IM).

  • UK Stewardship Code changes 'may be' concession to US signatories' fear of antitrust laws

    24 July 2024

    Changes to the UK Stewardship Code to remove a requirement to report annually on collaborative engagement and escalation may have been designed to assuage fears particularly among US managers at violating antitrust laws, it has been suggested.

  • Sustainable Debt Round-up: Japan, Masdar, First Abu Dhabi Bank ... and more

    24 July 2024