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Plus, what readers said about how ESG strategies affect capital flows to emerging markets
Plus, the carbon bombs lurking on global stock markets
Plus, how some ESG strategies are still beating the market
Plus, green Spacs: where are they now?
Plus, the comment period on the SEC’s big climate proposal comes to an end
Plus, ‘ecocide’ prevention comes for banks and pension funds
Executives must consider post-pandemic conditions and need to focus on ESG
Senior management pay is increasingly linked to sustainability targets, but critics are sceptical this will amount to meaningful change
Could ESG investments really make a difference, or is it all a load of hot air?
Transition bonds can drive transformation of culprit industries but are often hampered by fear of reputational risk
Capital allocation must be aligned with tackling environmental risks
Miner aims for 30% of its land and water under conservation, restoration or regeneration programmes
Wealth managers say most clients remain committed to greener assets
Tighter emission rules and evolving client demands force producers towards battery powered vehicles
Financial regulators clamp down on companies misleading investors by overstating the greenness of their funds
SDIC has marketed its environmental credentials but has invested in controversial hydropower plant
There is a risk that, even as regulators crack down on greenwashing, consumers become more cynical
More than half of early investments will focus on Europe after Ukraine war drove up energy prices
Names Rule amendments could have a particular impact on thematic ETFs, analysts say
The boom in ESG investing is drawing regulatory scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic
Republican asks whether British bank was pressured over response to climate remarks
Plus, European regulators turn their sights on ESG ratings
The misallocation of capital is not just down to freakish monetary policy
US regulator has been putting more focus on potential ‘greenwashing’ in finance
Plus, hedge funds say short selling is ESG-friendly
Shares of energy majors have soared this year in the wake of war and surging commodity prices. But as the climate crisis rages, will the sector reward investors over the longer term?
Plus, a vision of a better carbon offset market, and China’s new ESG disclosure rules
Whistleblower Desiree Fixler on her greenwashing allegations against DWS
Choices over inclusion in benchmarks of goodness are dubious in nature
Even as more asset owners shun fossil fuels, some argue that a combination of engagement and the threat of denying funds would have the most effect
Plus, is Toyota really serious about electric vehicles?
With allegations of greenwashing at the highest levels, does it still make sense for funds to package together environmental, social and governance factors?
Insurance group wants to back early-stage investments with a social purpose
Plus, readers pitch in on that HSBC speech
Meeting financial targets is tedious but promising to save the world sounds heroic
Investors ask hard questions of the market trend, but responsible investing will survive