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Effective implementation of the EU's supply chain due diligence law will require focus and commitment, say Robert G Eccles, Richard Gardiner and Andrea Webster.
In the first of a series of monthly columns, the Theia Finance Labs co-founder looks at the evolution of sustainable investing and asks where we go from here.   
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Investors in jurisdictions dealing with proposed dual-class share structures can learn from the Brazilian experience, argues Fabio Coelho.
Ørsted’s offshore wind woes are a timely reminder of the limits of the private sector's capacity to deliver the energy transition, says Simon Glynn.
Policy changes on climate risk at the world’s largest asset manager reflect a changing global landscape on sustainability in the industry, says Morningstar's Lindsey Stewart.
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The EU's due diligence directive will empower governments, stakeholders and investors to hold companies accountable, say Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt and Richard Gardiner.
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American firms are up in arms at the prospect of being forced to account for their supply chains by European policymakers – and rightly so, say Daniel Crowley and Robert Eccles.
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A just, orderly and timely transition in developed markets is good for investors as well as workers, says Maria Nazarova-Doyle of IFM Investors.
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Moves to roll back governance reforms introduced in the wake of the Car Wash scandal are bad news for Brazilian investors, says Fabio Coelho.
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A new bond structure could help MDBs and policymakers to channel private finance into sustainable development, says Ulf Erlandsson.

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