Archive

  • Nature goes mainstream - Welcome the TNFD

    04 June 2021

    Today's launch of the TNFD is an important step towards ensuring financial flows are redirected to make a positive contribution to nature, writes Simon Zadek

  • Data is a key ESG enabler

    31 May 2021

    Data and technology can play a crucial role in the transition towards more sustainable operating models, argues Roberta Marracino

  • London pooling

    15 March 2021

    A pool of London pension schemes is overhauling its responsible investment strategy, including managing climate risk and investing for impact, writes Michael Hurley

  • Cautious optimism for TNFD despite challenges

    08 March 2021

    After the success of the TCFD in driving focus on climate-related disclosures, the mood is upbeat that the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) can do the same for natural capital - despite awareness of the additional challenges it faces. Ahren Lester reports

  • A model for Future-Fit disclosure

    23 February 2021

    Investors could benefit if a benchmark for 'Future-Fit' businesses achieves global uptake, Martin Rich tells Michael Hurley

  • Why are data providers flocking to impact? Part five: Truvalue Labs

    12 February 2021

    How does Truvalue Labs help investors measure and report their impact, Michael Hurley asks

  • Why are data providers flocking to impact? Part four: Sustainalytics

    11 February 2021

    How does Sustainalytics help investors measure and report their impact, Michael Hurley asks

  • Why are data providers flocking to impact? Part three: Trucost

    10 February 2021

    How does Trucost help investors measure and report their impact, Michael Hurley asks

  • Why are data providers flocking to impact? Part two: V.E

    09 February 2021

    How does V.E help investors measure and report their impact, Michael Hurley asks

  • Why are data providers flocking to impact? Part one: ISS ESG

    08 February 2021

    How does ISS ESG help investors measure and report their impact, Michael Hurley asks