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Elza Holmstedt Pell

Elza joined Responsible Investor in July 2019. Previously, she was a freelance journalist and conference producer for three years, covering sustainable finance, renewable energy, infrastructure finance, energy law and policy and M&A and organising sustainable finance events in Europe, the US and Asia. She has worked as a senior reporter covering renewable energy for infrastructure finance news service Inframation and covered the Nordic M&A market for Mergermarket. She started her career as a journalist and assistant editor at Environmental Finance.
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In this podcast episode, Responsible Investor delves into investor net-zero interim targets and how likely they are to be met, and also brings you analysis of the first wave of ISSB adoption efforts.
Verena Ross responds to challenge on lack of ‘market signals’, telling RI Europe actions will come but national supervisors still on learning curve.
Greenlighting in Parliament means due diligence directive is on the homestretch of EU legislative process.
Kramer, who recently left PGGM, will join the Sustainable Finance Lab in June.
Increased thresholds, new phase-ins and value chain changes proposed by Belgian presidency in effort to reach compromise.
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Part 5 of RI's Scope 3 Series: Regulators are stepping up on Scope 3 emissions – but what does this mean in practice and how useful will the disclosures be for investors?
Plus a review of 2023 through our top scoops and long-reads.
Implementation and streamlining of existing rules in focus for 2024, with all eyes on EU elections in June and the implications for the sustainable finance agenda.
In an interview with RI, Emmanuel Faber dismisses the idea that differences in adoption undermine the global baseline and gives his definition of interoperability.
A statement seen by RI asking organisations to ‘champion’ its climate standards is viewed by some as a further sign the standard setter is struggling to get backing for a global baseline.

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