SEC climate rules are evolution, not revolution - Gensler
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)'s proposed climate disclosure rules fit the agency's mandate and conform to its "long tradition"...
Anne Simpson joins Franklin Templeton as sustainability head
Anne Simpson joins Franklin Templeton as sustainability head - Update
US investment manager Franklin Templeton has appointed Anne Simpson as its first global head of sustainability.
Exxon's net zero goal 'underwhelming, but sign of change'
ExxonMobil's newly-minted net zero 'ambition' will underwhelm many investors - but could be a sign that new board members are bringing positive change, according to commentators.
Oil and gas majors release joint transition principles
Eight energy companies - BP, Eni, Equinor, Galp, Occidental, Repsol, Royal Dutch Shell and Total - have jointly developed a set of energy transition principles.
One fifth of CalPERS portfolio is highly exposed to climate risk
The largest public pension fund in the US has reported that a fifth of its portfolio is among those sectors most exposed to climate change risks.
Climate Action 100+ expands its reach and attracts new backers
An additional 61 companies have been added to Climate Action 100+ list, increasing the reach of the investor-backed initiative that aims to engage with "systemically important greenhouse gas emitters".
$26trn of investors sign up to climate engagement initiative
More than 200 global institutional investors with over $26.3 trillion in assets have joined forces in a collaborative engagement initiative to drive swifter corporate action on climate change.