• Impact: areas to watch in 2022

    24 December 2021

    Big-name players demonstrate the growing appeal of impact strategies - but calls for more credible evidence of impact continue to grow, Michael Hurley writes

  • UK, EU urged to link carbon markets ahead of COP26

    15 April 2021

    The UK and EU have been urged to start the process of linking their respective carbon emissions trading systems (ETS) ahead of the COP26 meeting in November.

  • $9trn collaboration of asset managers commit to net zero emissions

    11 December 2020

    The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has formed an initiative of asset managers, representing over $9 trillion, which have committed to align their portfolios with the goals of the Paris climate agreement.

  • Push for UK 'green+' sovereign bond gathers momentum

    07 October 2020
  • Alok Sharma appointed President of COP26

    13 February 2020

    Alok Sharma has been appointed the UK minister in charge of the UN COP26 summit in Glasgow, after being been promoted to UK business secretary by the Prime Minister.

  • UK government launches COP26 after sacking president

    04 February 2020

    The UK government's launch of the UN Climate Summit, to be hosted in Glasgow in November, was overshadowed by its dismissal of the president of the negotiations, who hit back with a letter warning the process is "miles off track".

  • Climate Change Committee presses new UK government to lead ahead of COP26

    18 December 2019
  • EU carbon market update, 21 October

    21 October 2019

    Brexit remains the focus of attention in the EU Allowance (EUA) market this week and further volatility looks the most likely scenario, says Louis Redshaw*

  • EU carbon market update, 15 October

    15 October 2019

    This week’s Brexit negotiations could trigger large moves in EU Allowance (EUA) prices in either direction, says Louis Redshaw*.

  • EU carbon market update, 3 September

    03 September 2019

    Predicting this week’s carbon market moves is almost impossible, says Louis Redshaw, as Brexit deliberations in the UK are likely to lead to further volatility.