Taking climate action is good for business

Taking climate action is good for business

Investment firms should take responsibility for their carbon emissions in a way that delivers real, measurable results for the environment, global consumers and their business. By Vaughan Lindsay

Agrocortex: unlocking value for REDD projects

Agrocortex: unlocking value for REDD projects

Demand for voluntary carbon credits soared in the past year. While there was a temporary drop with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, demand has rebounded - and so have the opportunities for carbon offset project developers.

PIMCO: fully engaged on ESG

PIMCO: fully engaged on ESG

Fixed income investing giant PIMCO has embedded ESG at the heart of its investment processes - and sees engagement as central to improving issuers' sustainability performance. Scott Mather, CIO of PIMCO's US Core Strategies, explains the firm's approach

COVID-19 & green finance: What next?

COVID-19 & green finance: What next?

In this feature article, Mark Oliphant of The International Stock Exchange Group goes from Brexit and through COVID-19 to explore the impact so far on, and the prospects for the future of, green finance and the wider sustainable investing market.

Biodiversity super-year promises scrutiny

Biodiversity super-year promises scrutiny

This year's landmark convention on biodiversity will put the issue squarely in focus - and will increase scrutiny of financial institutions and large companies. IBAT's Dr Eugenie Regan explains how they can ensure they are managing their biodiversity exposures

Building green markets

Building green markets

Element Markets' Randy Lack talks to Environmental Finance about the opportunities and challenges navigating North America's carbon and renewable fuels markets

The wind in its sails

The wind in its sails

The dramatic expansion of wind power is creating new demand for weather hedging and bringing new users to weatherXchange, says Speedwell co-CEO David Whitehead

Mirova: A natural approach to investment

Mirova: A natural approach to investment

Mirova's Natural Capital Platform is looking to generate attractive returns and positive impact from investments in sustainable agriculture, fisheries and conservation. CEO Philippe Zaouati talks to Environmental Finance

Making an impact

Making an impact

Triodos Investment Management, a fully owned subsidiary of Triodos Bank, has been investing to deliver social and environmental impact for almost four decades. Its chair, Jacco Minnaar, explains how the firm is continuing to raise the bar in a market that is rapidly adopting sustainability as a strategy.