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Europe's corporate reporting body lays out double materiality-focused standards designed to underpin bloc’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.
The latest ESG movers and shakers: Bank of Ireland looks for climate forum participants, UKSIF announces new policy committee members.
International sustainability standards body forms multi-jurisdictional body to engage on corporate sustainabilty standards.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: City avoids deforestation resolution, Norges welcomes focus on enterprise value, half of UK business decision-makers prioritising growth strategies in pandemic recovery.
Suspension of work on taxonomy comes as Canada’s public sector pension fund PSP Investments launches own bespoke green one as part of inaugural climate strategy.
One in 10 companies has failed to comply with requirements to produce a modern slavery statement.
To mark Earth Day, IPCC author and green bond specialist Christa Clapp discusses financial institutions’ progress on addressing the climate crisis and why policymakers need to go further.
Shareholder resolutions urge better reporting on government-mandated content removal requests but regulatory resubmission thresholds have forced withdrawals.
AFM puts out paper exploring Dutch retail market for sustainable funds.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: IGCC study raises economic challenges of Aussie gas projects under 1.5C, Bucharest Stock Exchange publishes its first ESG reporting guidelines.
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