• Voluntary groups may have reached their limit, says E3G

    11 October 2022

    Voluntary climate governance mechanisms may "have reached their limit" according to E3G.

  • Commission stands firm on nuclear, gas in 'imperfect' taxonomy

    02 February 2022

    The European Commission has confirmed plans to define nuclear and natural gas energy generation activities as 'sustainable' in its taxonomy, in a plan it suggested is "imperfect" but practical - in the face of fierce criticism by specialist sustainability investors.

  • The EU's taxonomy: the mess we're in

    21 January 2022

    The EU has got itself in a mess over the taxonomy. What are its possible routes out, asks Kate Levick

  • 'Much needed' EU, China common ground taxonomy published

    05 November 2021

    The International Platform on Sustainable Finance (IPSF) has published its long-awaited initial scoping report detailing its "common ground" taxonomy (CGT) of green activities, described as a "much-needed" attempt to set global definitions.

  • People Moves: Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre, CalPERS and E3G

    28 September 2018

    Magnus Billing, CEO of Sweden's pension fund Alecta, has been appointed as chair of Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre's advisory board.

  • What the UN Climate Summit needs to deliver

    22 September 2014

    Ahead of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's climate summit in New York this month, a selection of thought leaders give their views on what they hope will be agreed at the gathering.