Risk management continues to dominate the discussion around sustainable investment, as the IEA’s prediction that peak oil demand will be hit within the decade changes the dynamic of the investment environment.
The UK is "in reverse gear" in the global race for green growth, a think tank has warned.
Shell (LON: SHEL) CEO Wael Sawan has come under pressure from within his own company urging him not to scale back renewables investment.
As companies embark on their sustainability strategies, they will need data, investment and supportive policy to ensure a just transition.
Credit ratings are underplaying climate-related risks, according to analysts at the Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis (IEEFA), which is threatening market stability.
REN21 has published the last module of its Global Renewable Status Report, revealing that more jobs will be created by the energy transition than lost, while most oil and gas workers have overlapping skills.
The Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board will independently divest the Church's £10.1 billion endowment and £3.5 billion pension funds from the fossil fuel industry.
LGIM has released its annual Climate Impact Pledge results, with its exclusion list expanded to cover almost £158 billion of assets.
Increasing knowledge about the interdependence between economic activity and nature has highlighted a new set of risks to business. UNEP-WCMC has launched a guide to help companies and investors understand, measure and report those risks.
A court case that began this week in Montana, heralded as the first constitutional climate trial in the US, highlights the growing liability risk arising from climate change.