Carney: More capital must be allocated to help dirty companies transition
The bulk of capital needs to flow to companies that are not yet aligned with the goals of the Paris climate agreement but need investment to help them shift, Mark Carney has said.
COP27: Regulators march on ... and on
Are regulators suffering mission creep at COP27, asks Peter Cripps
COP27: Carney says data platform will bring accountability to transition plans
Mark Carney has said a proposed free-to-use climate data platform will bring accountability to financial institutions' climate transition targets.
Time has come to ready transition plan regulation, Carney says
Regulators internationally should start work to regulate transition plans of financial institutions and businesses to ensure such a regime is ready to govern reporting when these disclosures become commonplace, Mark Carney has said.
US banks 'have not indicated' intention to quit GFANZ, Carney says
Mark Carney has denied that several large US banks threatened to quit the climate finance group he co-chairs, adding that the CEOs of the banks "have not indicated to me any intention to do so".
Carney: Net Zero Data Public Utility 'essential' to accountability
The development of free platform Net Zero Data Public Utility will be "essential" for developing the accountability and transparency of financial institutions, Mark Carney has said.
NZAOA urges policymakers to tackle 'major deterrence' to EM climate investment
The Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance (NZAOA) has called for policymakers to make five "urgent" changes to tackle the barriers to blended finance for climate solutions in emerging markets and developing economies.
People Moves 23 September: HSBC, Impax, LGIM ... and more
Carney leads sustainable finance tributes to Queen Elizabeth II
The sustainable finance community has paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, after her death at the age of 96 ushered in the rein of outspoken environmentalist King Charles III.