• 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

  • Net zero frameworks are 'missing' avoided emissions

    06 March 2024

    A standardised accounting method for calculating 'avoided emissions' is necessary to support net zero transition plans, Natixis and Mirova tell Michael Hurley

  • This methane satellite changes the game for oil and gas finance

    05 March 2024

    MethaneSAT will begin producing data that changes how the financial sector manages risk associated with oil and gas, writes Andrew Howell

  • Biodiversity funds 'still struggling to convince investors'

    04 March 2024

    Greater reporting on nature could increase flows into listed equity impact strategies, fund managers told Genevieve Redgrave.

  • Sustainable bond fund assets hit $41bn record

    01 March 2024

    Investor appetite for sustainable bond funds has sent the market to record highs in 2023, with expectations of more to come in 2024. Ahren Lester reports

  • Biodiversity funds underperform benchmarks in 2023

    29 February 2024

    The growing universe of biodiversity funds generally posted positive returns in 2023, but active funds lagged their benchmarks. Genevieve Redgrave reports.

  • The legacy of legacies

    28 February 2024

    Family offices are uniquely positioned to lead the charge into impact investing, writes Kieron Boyle

  • European legal battles force better corporate climate accounting

    27 February 2024

    TotalEnergies and ING are among the firms to face legal action from activist shareholders, write Gerben Schreurs and Paul Menoret-Renard

  • ICMA draws up a 'Common Ground Taxonomy' for transition plans

    26 February 2024

    The influential trade association wants issuer to act on transition plans before regulations arrive, and has provided a high-level tool to get the process started. Ahren Lester reports