The forest that hides the climate
Countries' common interest in forests presents an opportunity to achieve significant climate progress, but the path forward is challenging, writes Philippe Zaouati
EU's SFDR review 'will probably lead to labelling scheme'
An EU-wide sustainability fund label has been touted to tackle confusion around the bloc's disclosures regime, Michael Hurley reports
New nature law 'critical for future of EU Green Deal', says Mirova
The adoption of the EU's Nature Restoration Law is a crucial moment for the EU Green Deal package of regulations in the face of political pushback, according to the CEO of Mirova.
Investors 'given free hand' to define sustainable investment under SFDR
The European Commission has declined a request to define what constitutes a sustainable investment under SFDR, a decision which has split industry experts, Michael Hurley writes
Explainer: The state of play with the ISSB
As the proposed international baseline for corporate sustainability reporting enters a potentially defining few weeks, Michael Hurley presents the state of play
Don't kill SFDR by adopting strict definition of sustainability, Mirova urges Commission
The CEO of Mirova has warned the European Commission not to become too "strict" in its definition of sustainable investment, or it will risk "killing" its Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
ISSB 'to extend business-as-usual,' says Mirova's Zaouati
Mirova chief executive Philippe Zaouati described the approach of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) towards 'double materiality'...
ISSB urged to require Paris-alignment in early feedback
Market participants have urged the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) to consider requiring Paris Agreement-aligned scenarios in preliminary feedback to their draft standards...
To tackle climate risk, we must tackle nature risk as well
A triad of solutions exists to achieve a joint climate-nature transition, writes Philippe Zaouati