Is the world making progress toward net zero?
The world is moving closer to saying goodbye to fossil fuels. Yet, to achieve this goal a lot of work must still be done. In particular, the global energy system requires substantial investments for a successful transition. Sustainable investing can provide a helping hand to countries willing to embark on this journey. Explore the latest insights into the world of green capital below.
Is the world making progress toward its net zero targets? After COP28 it appears so, but what does the data say?
In the past five to 10 years, there has been a focus from investment committees on delivering sustainable outcomes for new buildings.
This index is a useful tool for both investors and managers and should foster engagement that can support ongoing dialogue around sustainability related investments.
In recent years, the world’s largest investors have formed dedicated teams to oversee discussions with portfolio companies on ESG issues.
ESG investing often involves a risk-based scoring system that starts with assessing the financial materiality of ESG factors for an industry or specific company.
Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges facing the world today. Here is how innovation can help combat this risk.
Investors in sovereign debt have often incorporated environmental factors into their analysis only in certain situations, such as when countries are vulnerable to extreme weather.
Rapid deployment of low-emission fuels during this decade will be crucial to accelerate the decarbonization of the transport sector.