Climate-focused stocks and shares that incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have significantly outperformed their price benchmark during the coronavirus pandemic
The pandemic illustrates the need for investors to undertake more forward-looking analysis to take into consideration potential systemic health risks and risks related to climate change
A consequence of this will be to make responsible investment the norm ...
The best way to persuade treasuries and heads of state to put the environment and clean energy at the heart of packages aimed at stimulating economies after the coronavirus is to focus on debt-related risks, argues Brook Riley from Rockwool Group
The coronavirus is a deadly human tragedy, causing untold grief and pain. It is also rocking the world’s economies as people lose income and businesses struggle to stay afloat. Yet there are lessons to be learned for the climate crisis
Expectations are high that the Principles for Sustainable Banking can push banks to change their balance sheets and businesses in line with climate action and other big societal issues
The Green Bank Network has committed almost $15 billion of predominantly public capital to mobilise a total of $50 billion towards the low-carbon transition
The European Green Deal, launched in December 2019, is an ambitious policy proposal that will try to agree a carbon emissions reduction target for Europe of up to 55% by 2030 compared to 1990. Two questions appear: is it possible and how much will it cost. But both could be misleading, says Julian Popov, Fellow at the European Climate Foundation and former Bulgarian Minister of the Environment