• Nature disclosures 'will become the norm'

    18 September 2023

    The final TNFD recommendations have been released, with a call for immediate adoption, writes Michael Hurley

  • Will today prove a turning point for natural capital?

    15 September 2023

    What is the TNFD's final framework released on Monday expected to say, and will it mark an inflection point for embedding nature in finance, asks Genevieve Redgrave

  • Investing in nature at scale - can it be done?

    13 September 2023

    Andrew Dreaneen considers whether natural capital is the most exciting investment innovation of our time and how we can break down barriers to make it more investable.

  • Biodiversity: The missing link

    04 September 2023

    The asset and wealth management industry is faced with huge opportunity in biodiversity investment, writes Frédéric Vonner

  • Banque de France sharpens focus on nature

    31 August 2023

    The central bank is exploring how to build nature data into its investment strategy, writes Michael Hurley

  • Forever chemicals need investment solutions today

    30 August 2023

    PFAS in water are one of the most pressing environmental concerns today, writes Cindy Jia

  • Nature data: roaming free?

    24 August 2023

    Commercial data providers should back development of free-to-use platforms, according to RS Metrics. Genevieve Redgrave reports.

  • TNFD and the rise of nature disclosure regulation

    18 August 2023

    Nature-related disclosure requirements are quickly set to become the norm, catalysed by the TNFD, writes Rebecca Perlman

  • Impact measurement 'can lead to perverse incentives'

    04 August 2023

    Focus less on measuring impact, and more on companies with impactful products and services, Robbie Miles tells Genevieve Redgrave

  • A first stab: French institutions try to calculate their biodiversity footprints

    03 August 2023

    As French financial institutions for the first time estimate the scale of their impacts on nature, the numbers look bleak - but not comparable. Thomas Cox writes