EU Commission is said to be looking at changes to banking charges to boost green financing for low carbon technologies and efficiency measures, but would such a move result in fresh risks?
A decade on from the crisis that pushed the global financial system to the brink of collapse could it be time to relax some of the capital requirements that were subsequently imposed upon banks in a bid...
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It will be a massive own goal if the UK fails to announce a substantial commitment at the Climate Ambition Summit it is hosting in December, argues ECIU's Dr Alison Doig
The 200 firms in the group's membership - including Shell, Chevron, BASF, Volkswagen, BP, PepsiCo - must comply with rules requiring science-aligned net zero goal for no later than 2050