COP28: What can we take away?
The agreement has increased transition risks, writes Anya Solovieva
Paul Tang: EU must emphasise transition finance
The EU has been too focused on 'green' in its sustainable finance, the Dutch MEP tells Ahren Lester
Net-zero's bridge fuel: Natural gas's critical role in transition
The transition is likely to take longer than expected and rely more heavily on natural gas production and utilisation than many believe, argues Frederick Fromm
'We need a global treaty to actively phase out fossil fuels'
A Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty would close the gap between the net-zero ambitions, and the COP28 pledge to move away from fossil fuel companies, writes Jeroen Rijpkema
It's time for the insurance industry to lead on climate action
As the Geneva Association celebrates its 50th anniversary, the world's insurance companies must heed their own warnings and move into the vanguard of corporate climate action, writes Peter Bosshard
S&P: Physical climate risk could reduce global economy by 4.4% a year
Physical climate risks are likely to become more material to S&P's sovereign rating analysis, the rating agency says. Ahren Lester reports
'Transition is the new battleground'
Following the launch of ASEAN transition finance guidance, Eugene Wong argues that the shift to net zero requires a local, rather than a global, approach. Ahren Lester reports
What next for climate scenarios?
As criticisms grow of the first climate scenario models, what does the next generation need to look like, Michael Hurley asks
'We are aware of the criticism': The NGFS on its next phase of scenarios
The Network for Greening the Financial System is developing short-term climate scenarios and increased detail on sectoral impacts in response to feedback, Jean Boissinot and Martina Spaggiari tell Michael Hurley
The ECB plots the 'winners and losers' of the transition
The central bank has alerted lenders and investors to the relative winners and losers in the transition - with fossil fuel companies set to take an immediate hit. Michael Hurley reports