Archive

  • Comment: The rumpus over SBTi's offsetting U-turn

    12 April 2024

    What does the row over SBTi's change of heart on carbon credits tell us about the state of sustainable finance, asks Peter Cripps

  • Article 6: the missing piece of the puzzle

    08 April 2024

    The lack of consensus on Article 6.2 and 6.4 is a significant missed opportunity for the implementation of international carbon markets, writes Andrea Bonzanni

  • Building a green premium in real estate

    04 April 2024

    An updated EU regulation is set to raise the game for energy-efficient buildings, which could have big implications for real estate investors. Michael Hurley reports

  • A giant - and growing - onion

    02 April 2024

    Eila Kreivi reflects on the learnings - and the tears - after decades of working in sustainable finance

  • Forging a united front: UK regulators take steps to combat greenwashing

    29 March 2024

    It is likely only a matter of time before we start to see greenwashing litigation claims being brought against corporates in the UK, write Chris Warren-Smith, Carl Valenstein and Michelle Page

  • Basel 'faulty'

    20 March 2024

    US banks have urged the Basel Committee to re-draw 'flawed' climate disclosure rules, writes Michael Hurley

  • Comment: Can natural capital become its own asset class?

    15 March 2024

    Investment in natural capital solutions is desperately needed, but many investors don't see a home for them in their portfolios, writes Peter Cripps

  • SEC stumbles into battleground of climate materiality

    12 March 2024

    Letting companies decide whether emissions are material to their business opens the door for disputes, writes Michael Hurley

  • Opportunities and challenges for offshore wind

    08 March 2024

    The industry faces a crucial test in coming months as it looks to shrug off headwinds including inflation and supply chain issues, write Gauthier Martin and Alexander Leff

  • Green hydrogen - does it still have a place in the energy transition?

    07 March 2024

    Although progress in recent years has been disappointing, there are reasons to be optimistic about the future of hydrogen and the investment opportunities it presents, write Marouane Bouchriha and Tom Van Ginneken