• The US 'plays catch-up' on climate stress testing

    27 March 2023

    A Federal Reserve-led climate scenario analysis exercise with US banks is underway, and implications for capital requirements are unclear, an Environmental Finance webinar heard. Michael Hurley reports

  • Unpacking the EU's Green Deal Industrial Plan

    23 March 2023

    The Net Zero Industry Act and the Critical Raw Materials Act set out goals for the development of the green industry in the EU, writes Lothar Van Driessche

  • Water quality: a critical pillar of biodiversity

    22 March 2023

    Tighter regulation could help investors improve water quality and tackle biodiversity loss, write Lisa Beauvilain and Johan Florén

  • COP out: how the promise of Glasgow has faded

    15 March 2023

    Investors should be ready to push UK policymakers to change course on climate, Eliette Riera writes

  • Taking sustainable sukuk to the next level

    14 March 2023

    Islamic financiers are hoping to capitalise on growing international ESG demand, Fitch Ratings' Bashar Al-Natoor tells Genevieve Redgrave

  • How Canada laid the foundations for its transition taxonomy

    07 March 2023

    A project to develop a list of transition activities is set to grow, Barbara Zvan and Jonathan Arnold tell Michael Hurley

  • The fog of SFDR

    03 March 2023

    Fund managers will have to wait for clarity on the EU's landmark disclosures regime, Michael Hurley writes

  • EU Green Bond Standard: Provisional deal on landmark regulation agreed

    01 March 2023

    The ground-breaking green bond regulation is now on the home straight after key compromises were sealed, with sustainability-linked bonds now firmly in sight of EU regulation. Ahren Lester reports

  • The UK's impact label: an intention to be better than SFDR

    08 February 2023

    The UK is proposing a label for 'impact' funds, in a significant divergence from the EU, but some warn it could add further complication, writes Michael Hurley

  • COP27 sees progress on bilateral partnerships

    30 January 2023

    The climate conference saw multilateral talks stagnate but bilateral partnerships show the way forward, argue Lina Apsheva and Gregor Vulturius