US banks, insurers and asset managers are not divesting from overseas coal assets fast enough, research from a German non-profit suggests.
Concerned investors are starting to make corporate laggards take real action on climate change, but for some investors, they are not moving fast enough.
Companies in the EU and the US are unaware of potential risks to demand, supply chains and reputation arising from the shift to a greener economy, the European Investment Bank in a new report.
European oil companies are largely targeting national markets with their renewables businesses, as developing countries struggle to access financing for their energy transitions.
A new green bond standard proposed by the European Commission will provide issuers with a robust tool to demonstrate they are funding legitimately green projects in line with net-zero targets.
Thousands of new power plants, pipelines, LNG terminals and extraction fields reveal investment strategies laden with climate and financial risk.
Explicitly linking sustainability and financial data reporting, as will soon be required by EU regulation, could provide much-needed clarity for investors and serve as a strategic tool for companies in transition.
The climate change votes at the AGMs of ExxonMobil and Chevron mark a tipping point for shareholder concern about climate change. Expect more votes, in more sectors, and soon.
The net-zero road map published this week by the International Energy Agency shows a way forward to a new, cleaner world in line with the Paris Agreement, but the task ahead is massive and companies need to make radical change today.
Global investment in energy must increase by a staggering $1.1trn a year to curb the world's temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, says a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency.