Impact accounting framework released - with $236 per tonne cost of carbon
The International Foundation for Valuing Impacts has published two draft methodologies - on greenhouse gas emissions and adequate wages. Michael Hurley speaks with Daniel Osusky
The future of eDNA
Data provider NatureMetrics says demand is booming for its eDNA testing. Genevieve Redgrave visits its lab to find out more.
World Bank: Expect 'more and bigger' outcomes-based bonds
Following the Bank's recent plastic waste reduction bond, Michael Bennett tells Ahren Lester that its ambitions are growing
Comment: How to stay positive if you work in sustainable finance?
As governments fail to act, hopes rest on the ingenuity of people and technological advances, writes Peter Cripps
Fiduciary duties — the frontline of the faultline
A large part of the fate of the planet rests on this seemingly technical issue, writes Kieron Boyle
Sustainable bonds are 'stretching for smaller sovereigns'
New Zealand struggled to find adequate eligible projects for its issue, necessitating robust management of its green spending. Ahren Lester writes
Impact fund selection: weeding out 'window dressing'
Impact-focused limited partners are using frameworks including the EU's SFDR to root out misleading claims of impact. Michael Hurley reports
Unlocking the potential of catalytic capital
Catalytic capital can be transformative in supporting private investors to deploy capital at scale for a just transition to net zero, writes Kieron Boyle
Japan embraces impact investing in pursuit of a 'new form of capitalism'
Prime minister Fumio Kishida is on a mission to harness impact investment to spur economic growth in Japan. How might it transform the market, asks Michael Hurley
Sustainable Finance: a spotlight on Africa
What are the key themes in sustainable financings on the continent, and the challenges to be overcome on transactions, ask Stuart McMillan and Luke Addison