• A giant - and growing - onion

    02 April 2024

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

  • PenSam's carbon budget index

    01 April 2024

    The Danish pension provider's new climate index will help it reduce its climate risks, Mikael Bek tells Peter Cripps

  • 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

  • Why the forest carbon market is bouncing back

    28 March 2024

    Demand and prices for high quality credits are on the rise - and that's good news for nature, argues Angela Churie Kallhauge

  • Environmental data: emerging markets have cleaned up their act

    27 March 2024

    Emerging markets disclosure rates are increasing much faster than developed markets, and are set to catch up in the next few years, writes Lily Andrews

  • 'Plenty of opportunity for us to show what good nature investments look like'

    26 March 2024

    Bregal's new nature strategy targets coffee and cocoa decarbonisation with a new nature strategy. Jennifer Forrest reports

  • Labelled bonds: Europe leads, Asia catching

    25 March 2024

    What are the geographical features of the green, social and sustainable bond market, asks Pietro Sette

  • Addressing PFAS: Solutions to the forever challenge

    22 March 2024

    The urgent need to detect, treat and destroy 'forever chemicals' in the world's water is creating investment opportunities that are broader and more valuable than many appreciate, write Lisa Beauvilain, Johan Florén and Justin Winter

  • Basel 'faulty'

    20 March 2024

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

  • Iceland: 'It is likely we will be a regular sustainable bond issuer'

    20 March 2024

    Strong response to long-awaited inaugural green bond opens door to more issuance from the Nordic sovereign. Ahren Lester reports