COP28: What can we take away?
The agreement has increased transition risks, writes Anya Solovieva
'We need a global treaty to actively phase out fossil fuels'
A Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty would close the gap between the net-zero ambitions, and the COP28 pledge to move away from fossil fuel companies, writes Jeroen Rijpkema
Fitch: Social to rise up the sustainable bond agenda in 2024
Nature-related sustainable bond issuance is set to give social co-benefits greater prominence in 2024, Sustainable Fitch says. Ahren Lester reports
A Fair Cop?
Promising initiatives were announced at COP28, but these are only scratching the surface of the opportunity, writes Kieron Boyle
COP28: The role of quality data in climate reporting
It is becoming essential for asset managers to report transparently on their approach and outcomes relating to climate risks, writes Martina Macpherson
COP28: carnival of chaos
The climate negotiations have become a sideshow at the world's biggest sustainable finance conference, writes Peter Cripps
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
It's time to think beyond offsets
The debate over carbon offsets won't die down anytime soon. But to safeguard the nature, we need to look at alternatives to them, argue Magalie Masamba and Malango Mughogho
How COP28 can accelerate deep green finance
COP28 will be seen as a missed opportunity, if the role of local banks in emerging markets is not addressed as a crucial solution to scaling climate finance, writes Lachlan Cameron
COP28: a world under pressure
Governments putting short-term politics before long-term climate policy must change course at COP28, argues Tom Williams