Patrick de Cambourg, Chair of the EFRAG Project Task Force, told ESG Investor that the formation of the EU sustainability reporting standards will be collaborative.
ESMA has found that green funds are less exposed to systemic network risks, while brown funds are more exposed to transition shocks.
ESG Investor talked to sustainable finance experts and stakeholders on the forms a global taxonomy should take to scale climate finance internationally.
Survey results from the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change suggest that growing appetite is being blocked by lack of investable opportunities.
The Sustainability Standards Board – widely supported across the investment industry – will be established in time for COP26 in November.
New guidance for corporates from the Global Reporting Initiative will help asset owners track their contributions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The proposed standard for sustainability-related financial disclosures builds on TCFD pillars and supports the IFRS consultation on non-financial reporting.
The Future of Sustainable Data Alliance will prepare a report to develop a detailed overview of the steps needed to address challenges in the ESG data space.
Participating countries issued new commitments related to the three pillars of the Paris Agreement at the Climate Ambition Summit 2020.
Outperformance by ESG indices versus parents stems from “better financial performance and/or higher investor valuation of constituents, HKEX says in a new study.