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The climate targets initiative has been accused of sidelining staff and advisory bodies.
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Amendments that would make it compulsory for shareholders to be offered a vote on listed companies’ climate transition plans, as reported under CSRD, are being debated at the National Assembly.
RI speaks to SFAC chair Kathy Bardswick, and Barbara Zvan, who chaired its taxonomy group, to discuss progress and challenges for Canadian sustainable finance as the group concludes its work.
The move could see the East African country become a leader on climate supervision.
European Systemic Risk Board says tweaks to IFRS accounting standards could improve climate disclosures, while ESMA has separately proposed new ESG disclosure requirements for CRAs.
Draft law exempts CSRD preparers from reporting under Germany's supply chain act, while national standards body's sustainability expertise comes under fire by NGOs.
Requests around additionality were toned down in the final guidance, which the regulator says is 'in principle compatible' with global guidance.
The latest ESG movers and shakers: British Columbia Investments hiring stewardship lead; PRI loses product research head; IIGCC and PRI hiring for nature teams.
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Firm will retire assessments of manager commitments to ESG as it prepares for compliance with EU ESG ratings rules and global codes of conduct.
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Report will build on previous work and ‘tackle supervision’ for NCAs, as global asset manager warns 'engagement washing' could be next industry issue.
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