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The cost-of-living crisis is the latest challenge facing ESG investors in a turbulent year – but one they can't afford to ignore, says ShareAction CEO Catherine Howarth.
Our Earth Day snapshot of attitudes to the climate crisis across the industry paints a worrying picture.
Ahead of Earth Day, we want to hear about your experience of getting the climate message out to bankers, asset managers and asset owners.
UK Ministers argue that addressing the role of deforestation in investment portfolios will be crucial to realising the goals of the Glasgow Pact.
The super-rich have more money and more influence than ever. But Christopher Walker argues responsible investors must watch where they lead us carefully.
As Net Zero pledges begin to be scrutinised, many investors seem comfortable with trajectories that don't consider everything needed to align with 1.5C. Sara Rochat and Andreas Hoepner highlight what investors must do to 'carve out the right curve' to net zero
Are SFDR Article 8 funds the ESG opium for the masses? Michael Maldener shares his views on why a credible ESG strategy should go beyond SFDR self-declarations
Tackling deforestation is an obvious place for financial institutions to begin their wider efforts to work towards net zero, writes Nigel Topping
Framing the ESG debate this way is unhelpful, writes Jakob Thomä
CDP Founder Paul Dickinson reflects on progress on environmental disclosures since its first carbon questionnaire to companies in 2002

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