'Structural changes are needed': Schroders warns recovery likely to lead to resurgence in global emissions
Latest edition of investment giant's Climate Progress Dashboard warns coronavirus crisis could undermine efforts to put global economy on track for net zero emissions
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Hosted in partnership with Schroders, the new Net Zero Investment Hub brings together cutting-edge insights and analysis on how the world of finance is embracing the net zero transition
As part of the all-new Net Zero Investment Hub, Schroders' Andrew Howard and Seema Suchak explore six key areas that point to a changing role of the corporate sector in society in the face of 'inescapable truths'
In a string of new measures unveiled yesterday, the bank has tightened its rules on providing finance to companies invested in coal, giving European firms until 2021 to align their coal strategies with a 2030 exit date.
The brewing industry is among the nine critical sectors identified in a report published today by UNEP and the Natural Capital Finance Alliance that highlights need for banks, investors and insurers to set firm targets to reduce biodiversity loss.
Business Secretary and COP26 President Alok Sharma's speech on green finance, Covid-19 recovery and the climate emergency at the London Stock Exchange
Business Secretary pushes green finance agenda as he unveils £12m climate fund to support projects Africa, Asia and South America
People's Bank of China intends to move its green financing framework closer to global standards by excluding so-called 'clean coal', according to reports
Scorecard published by responsible investment group shows that banking sector is falling well short of best practices for climate risk management and disclosure
Experts appointed by the EU Commission presented their final recommendations for what investments and activities should be considered 'sustainable' - but there remain several key unanswered questions
Business Secretary and Glasgow summit President Alok Sharma's speech at the launch of the COP26 Private Finance Agenda in London
Interest on the loan is dependent on Britvic driving progress towards its green goals to cut plastics and emissions by 2025
Cash will be used to support firm's sustainability efforts
Swiss Bank extends policy that has already seen it halt financing for thermal coal mines
The manifestos contain a welcome focus on environmental policy, but the parties are missing some crucial details, writes UKSIF's Ben Nelmes
Annual climate investments across 2017-18 were 25 per cent higher than during 2015-16, analysts find, but total falls far short of the trillions needed to meet global climate goals
Two separate reports reveal solid third quarter growth means global green bond market is set to break the $200bn mark
Research by Sustainable Energy for All initiative finds just a quarter of the required investment for universal electricity access is being delivered
Virtual investment experiment from CISL suggests providing investors with information on environmental impacts leads to increased demand for green funds
Nuclear row: EU green finance guide delayed as states debate what qualifies as 'sustainable investment'
Divisions over whether to classify investments in nuclear projects as sustainable spark fresh row over EU green finance strategy
From paying school fees to proving identities, Mastercard is exploring how digital payments and online services can make the world a more equal place
National governments must step in to help towns and cities finance the green infrastructure revolution, argue Sarah Colenbrander and Denise Chan