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Ella Milburn

Ella covers a broad range of subjects including sustainable finance in Japan. She has previously been a freelance writer for The Independent, Vice, and Open Democracy on topics including climate protest groups, accessibility, and reproductive rights. Prior to joining RI, she studied an MA in journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she wrote local news stories and created a magazine about disability, which was shortlisted for the BBC Worldwide Best New Brand at the Magazine Academy Awards 2018. Her undergraduate degree was in Spanish and Japanese (BA Hons) at the University of Manchester, which included a year conducting research at Ochanomizu Women’s University in Tokyo on a Nikkensei government scholarship.
Excluding bonds from fossil fuel and carbon intensive firms would leave €1trn investable universe, down from €1.5trn
Wooden blocks with the characters 'M&A' spelled out on top of an open laptop
The transaction, expected to close later this year, is latest in ESG data house consolidation trend
As NGOs come after correctional services companies, what can investors do to make sure they don’t bear the brunt of the risk?
The UN estimates the global economy will lose $23trn by 2050 through land degradation
Country should also engage with the likes of ICMA and ISO to keep “transition finance” on the agenda, Keidanren says
The investment giant will rate 1,000 companies, pledging ‘engagement with consequences’ after success of initial climate programme
The group denies claims it is striking a blow to the EU’s global classification system
Move will see it address sovereign bonds and axe dedicated ESG funds

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