• Nature reporting on the rise

    18 July 2024

    Europe is leading the way in demanding companies report their nature impacts, but other parts of the globe are set to follow. Genevieve Redgrave reports.

  • Is politics ignoring the climate-and-nature crisis?

    15 July 2024

    Addressing both climate and nature is a business imperative, despite the deafening political silence, argues Andrew Coburn

  • SDR and the need for independent assessment

    12 July 2024

    Some asset managers plan to use internal controls, such as the risk management function and sustainability committee, to perform the independent assessment required under the Sustainability Disclosure Requirements, writes Annie Omojola

  • EU Green Bond label faces slow start

    10 July 2024

    Investors would be keen to buy the gold-standard of sustainable bonds, but issuers are struggling to meet the criteria, writes Ahren Lester

  • Ground-breaking 'Transition Loan Principles' expected by November

    03 July 2024

    With formal principles on the horizon, the 'transition loan' market could be on the cusp of a new era - a dramatic step-change that could extend into the bond market. Ahren Lester reports

  • UK investors hit pause on sustainability labels

    03 July 2024

    The "painful" process of applying for a sustainability fund label in the UK has led some asset managers to pause applications, Michael Hurley reports

  • The next UK government's transition opportunity

    02 July 2024

    British voters want the next government to seize the economic opportunities of the green transition, writes James Alexander

  • Navigating policy uncertainty in sustainable investing

    26 June 2024

    Despite the risk of policies being dialled back, the issue is speed rather than direction, writes Victoria MacLean

  • Bogged down in Bonn

    21 June 2024

    Slow progress on negotiations on Article 6 in Bonn leaves much to be thrashed out at COP29, writes Genevieve Redgrave.

  • The role of national standard-setters in delivering ESRS

    13 June 2024

    The governance of national standard-setters varies greatly across the European Union, with implications for how the reporting standards are implemented, writes Philippe Diaz