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The latest developments in Europe’s ambitious sustainable finance policy package
Investors and corporates call for collaboration to push the measurement and management of biodiversity
First report from Dasgupta Review says humanity has been “mismanaging the global portfolio of assets”
If the finance sector isn't paying attention to nature and biodiversity now, then it needs to, warns James Hulse
A Responsible Investor webinar presenting the ShareAction/AODP ranking of 75 of the world’s largest asset managers ShareAction has reviewed the responsible investment practices on climate change, human and labour rights, and biodiversity of 75 of the world’s largest asset managers based on data collected through an extensive, TCFD-aligned survey and publicly available information. Join this webinar on the report’s launch date to examine the first in a series of three reports on global trends in the adoption of responsible investment practices within the industry. Report number 1 ranks asset managers on disclosure and management of ESG risks and impacts across their portfolios. This webinar will examine: The results of the first report: which asset managers rank highly and why...and vice versa. The report methodology and interesting findings on risk management and portfolio impact. Why asset managers should up their game on responsible investment, and how they can do so. Speaker: Peter Uhlenbruch, Joint Head, Financial Sector – Research & Standards, ShareAction. Asking the questions: Hugh Wheelan, Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor.
ASN Bank heads new biodiversity accounting initiative
Assessment of more than 1,000 companies comes ahead of NFRD review
Four major French asset managers have joined forces to tackle the problem of biodiversity data. Ella Milburn finds out more.
Mardi McBrien argues that the Directive needs to widen in scope, integrate reporting and namecheck climate change.

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