OVO Energy, the UK’s leading independent energy supplier, has announced it has entered into a Power Purchase Agreement with Ørsted, to buy green power from the Barrow Offshore Wind Farm.
The Energy Research Partnership has released a new report which has found that the UK’s Net Zero target is at risk without substantial change in corporate and public behaviour.
In Polestar’s first annual review, the Swedish electric performance car brand announces its moonshot goal to create the first truly climate neutral car by 2030.
Discussing sustainable outcomes with leading ESG professionals.
Gender inequalities are deeply-rooted within our socioeconomic systems. As well as impacting individual human rights, structural gender inequalities have negative economic impacts. The World Bank estimates around USD 160.2 trillion is lost annually in human capital wealth as a result of these issues.
Heineken has announced a new ambition to decarbonise its own production by 2030 and its full value chain by 2040.
Part 1 and 2 of the Sustainable Investment Forum Europe 2021 took place this week on the 13 & 15 April, convening stakeholders committed to driving forward the sustainable finance agenda from government, business, and the investment community.
Apple and partners have announced a carbon removal initiative – the Restore Fund - that will invest in forestry projects to remove carbon from the atmosphere while generating a financial return for investors.
EnergyNest has announced it has signed an investment agreement with Infracapital.
Four Twenty Seven’s new sovereign climate risk data provides detailed analytics that focus on key risk drivers for countries, measuring the amount of agriculture area, future population, and future GDP (PPP) exposed to climate hazards.
Leading tanker shipping company Stena Bulk has announced 5 milestone decarbonisation targets, which set out the company’s roadmap to becoming a net zero emissions business by 2050.
To hinder the advance of Covid-19 as it spread around the world in early 2020, governments enacted lockdowns that shuttered businesses, limited social activity and stalled the global economy. The long-term impact of the virus was yet to be fully realized, but companies forced to shut down temporarily faced an immediate and pressing question: how long will the lockdowns last?
Banks and insurers around the world are likely to face climate-related stress tests in the next two to three years as supervisors become increasingly aware of the urgency in gauging the risks from climate change, Fitch Ratings says in a new report.
The world is undergoing profound changes on several levels: social, environmental, economic and technological. And the real estate sector must find appropriate leadership responses to these disruptive shifts.
On 22 March of this year, Euronext launched the CAC 40 ESG® index, the first national ESG index derived from iconic CAC 40® index family.
Moody’s Analytics is expanding its capabilities to enable institutions to assess risks posed by climate change.
The UK will pioneer the world’s largest ocean wildlife monitoring system to help protect life below water as part of the UK Government Blue Belt programme.
A new energy storage project highlights Apple’s efforts to become carbon neutral for its supply chain and products by 2030.
There is no denying the impact of climate change — and associated regulatory realities — on the business of investment management. For portfolio managers, it is essential to understand how to successfully adapt and prepare for what some call the “mother of all correlated risks”
Aviva has launched the Aviva Investors Climate Transition Global Equity Fund, an actively managed equity fund for workplace pension schemes that invests in the shares of companies globally who are responding to climate change.