As BlackRock calls for full CO2 footprint disclosure, is investor pressure starting to take its toll on polluters?
World's biggest asset manager urges firms to set rigorous decarbonisation goals or risk being voted against at board meetings as it sets out shareholder expectations for 2021
Study: Insurance firms deliver 'significant improvements' to climate-related disclosures through 2020
A new review of the climate disclosures of some of the world's biggest insurance firms has identified "significant improvements" in the incorporation of climate change considerations into investment and underwriting strategies
ClientEarth warns many large UK firms could be breaking the law by failing to adequately report on the risks posed to their business by climate change and the net zero transition
Non-profit hails record year for climate, deforestation, and water risk reporting, as investor-backed group eyes plans to cover land and ocean data
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Pension schemes holding more than £1bn of assets will be required to publicly disclose climate risk in their portfolios by 2023 or face penalties
European Commission reportedly weighing up options for stronger disclosure rules governing climate, biodiversity loss and pandemic risks
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures secures backing from organisations worth combined $12tr in market capitalisation
UK financial regulators are failing to enforce disclosure regulations, allowing companies to ignore climate risk, writes ClientEarth's Stephanie Morton
Institute of Directors backs stronger climate governance in bid to 'restore trust in British business'
Senior UK business leaders call on next government to beef up climate reporting and establish Sovereign Wealth Fund to boost investment in green economy
Introducing mandatory climate risk disclosure for businesses and investors is an essential part of achieving net zero emissions argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group
Bank of England governor warns firms have two years to improve their reporting on climate risk or regulators will impose rules
Business are doing more to become sustainable, but our investment community doesn't make it easy to assess progress, argues EPRA's Hassan Sabir
Grantham Research Institute found half do not factor climate crisis in decision-making
Non-profit analyst teams up with Euronext to launch 'world's first' global index selecting stocks based on their performance against key environmental challenges
Bumper report from the European Commission sets out criteria to define sustainable finance in a bid to protect investors from 'greenwash'
Eleven banks with a combined shipping finance portfolio of $100bn have pledged to disclose how successfully the assets are aligned with the IMO's emissions reduction strategy
Ed Davey calls for the disclosure of climate-related risks to be made mandatory, to help investors assess companies' preparedness for the low-carbon transition
A flurry of stories this weekend suggest policymakers are starting to think about what a net zero economy will require, but are businesses ready for the controversial decisions that await?
Veteran investor insists well-designed climate strategy offers investors better returns and lower risks than standard approach
Access to water is essential to all business operations, but climate change, growing populations, and urbanisation all pose supply risks - How can firms deliver on SDG6's water security aims
Corporate reporting bodies including CDP and Climate Disclosure Standards Board set out plans to improve links between SDGs and company financial performance
Firm agrees to adopt strategy with Paris-aligned climate targets - but it will not apply to emissions from burning its oil and gas products
Environmental disclosure NGO finds 115 companies together achieved CO2 cuts greater than the emissions of South Korea last year