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More holistic approaches to the way investors disclose social data are needed, say Bob Dannhauser and Mark Hodge from Shift
Emissions
Data remains a key priority as investors seek to build net-zero portfolios, while the hunt for better data on the ‘S’ in ESG finally seems to be gathering pace
Sustainability network
The International Sustainability Standards Board aims to provide a global baseline for sustainability disclosures, but it is on course for success?
The APAC responsible finance industry came together in Singapore to discuss the region’s key ESG priorities.
The region is grappling with the phase-out of coal-fired power generation, while regulators are tightening sustainable finance requirements.
The launch of the TNFD offers an opportunity for APAC-based institutions to embed nature-related considerations into investment strategies.
A flurry of regulatory activity has seen several new green taxonomies in Asia.
RI explores investor responses to the issue and the hopes for keeping the Paris Agreement alive at COP28.
VCMI executive director Mark Kenber tells RI that carbon offsets are needed to help achieve net zero – but says the market can only flourish if projects can demonstrate integrity.
The nexus between climate and nature is set to feature strongly as a topic of discussion at COP28, says Victoria Robson.
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