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The latest developments in sustainable finance: Moody's and Fitch to continue including ESG scores in credit rating reports; UKSIF backs sustainability disclosure regime for UK.
Pool’s head of RI says public funds should not be used to protest but government needs to trust professionals to understand investment risk.
CalSTRS, CalPERS and NYC public funds join Norway’s sovereign fund in rejecting resolution at Arizona-based taser maker; Support for Follow This plummets at US oil giants.
GRI's head Eelco van der Enden tells RI about the reaction to Carol Adams' appointment and reflects on the impact-focused standard setter's role in the push for interoperability.
Traditionally viewed as staid and boring, investors are increasingly looking at the muni market as a source of sustainable asset – but will the ESG backlash strike a crippling blow?
The latest developments in sustainable finance: MAS launches net-zero plan; European Parliament adopts deforestation law; ISSB to request feedback on its upcoming priorities.
The NGOs have filed a case in the Court of Justice of the European Union following a request for the European Commission to review the taxonomy's inclusion of gas.
Danish fund is among investor signatories to letters to five European banks, including Barclays, Soc Gen and BNP Paribas, calling on them stop directly financing new oil and gas by end of 2023.
LGIM and HSBC AM are among co-filers at Swiss miner; plus, latest on shareholder proposals in the US, including Uyghur phaseout proposal withdrawn at Apple following commitment.
Market participants hail achievements of the past five years but call for more transparency, a focus on implementation, and higher standards.

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