Founded by Craig Wallington and Dan Sherrard-Smith, MotherTree has created a platform that enables purpose-driven businesses to reduce the carbon footprint of their banking systems and pension provision. Having started its journey in 2022, the UK-based startup is already approaching profitability.
Pei Chi Wong, senior research associate at Global Canopy, argues that the finance sector and global meat industry need to end their impact on the destruction of forests if we are to achieve global sustainability goals.
A French rule targeting ESG funds has the potential to force oil and gas divestments of €7 billion ($7.6 billion), according to an analysis by Morningstar Inc (NYSE: MORN).
World Bank climate and infrastructure advisor Romain Pison argues that glaring gaps in current climate-scenario models leave us teetering on the edge of systemic vulnerabilities, but also offer an unprecedented opportunity to evolve our approaches for the better.
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Robeco has launched a set of carbon offset share classes to help clients in addressing how to manage greenhouse emissions associated with underlying portfolio holdings.
The Finance for Biodiversity (FfB) Foundation has published a guide for financial institutions on how to manage the biodiversity and climate nexus in their investments and lending.
Large institutional investors have limited direct control and poor visibility of the most environmentally destructive processes in textile supply chains, according to new research.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has said there is no evidence of a recent greenium for sustainable debt, although there is statistical evidence supporting it historically.
A senior executive at Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, which owns a larger share of global stocks than any other investor, says Big Oil’s transition strategy isn’t holding up as carbon emissions continue to rise.