FSA to replace the ‘comply or explain’ model to help tackle climate change and give investors more insight on leading companies.
European Commission report finds most European banks are failing to highlight, measure and report on their ESG risks.
New analysis says majority of climate-themed investment funds are not living up to claims, calls for increased regulatory oversight.
The success of China’s national emissions trading scheme depends on rapid extension beyond the utilities sector, says a report from the AIGCC and Schroders.
Institutional investors in Australia and New Zealand are setting more stringent carbon emission targets, but need public sector support to hit net zero.
"Concrete and actionable carbon-reduction strategies” required from governments to drive capital reallocations, say investors, while reinforcing commitment to science-based targets.
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.