JPMorgan, Citigroup and Bank of America have earned the most fees from the oil, gas and coal industries.
The plan includes a climate-related analysis of stocks, corporate bonds and real estate investments.
The Transition Pathway Initiative was set up in 2017 to measure the pace of corporate decarbonization.
Carbon dioxide emissions from the energy sector are set to rebound 4% across the world’s major economies this year
About $2 trillion of investment funds have already been impacted by the new European regulation known as SFDR.
Over half of the companies surveyed by Boston Consulting Group acknowledged an error rate of as much as 40%.
Britain will require vast amounts of private funding to live up to its pledge on biodiversity.
The surge of money may be increasing risks faced by investors—both the financial and greenwashing kind.
A coalition of British businesses wants the government to force big companies to disclose how they plan to slash emissions.
The vote on whether the U.K. bank is doing enough to deliver on its commitment is scheduled for next year.
Some industries must double the pace of reductions in the next decade
Fossil-fuel stocks have long been off limits at Generation Investment, with co-founder David Blood saying `we have probably five years.’
It’s been 10 years since a think tank report titled “Carbon Bubble” first highlighted the idea of carbon-intensive stranded assets
The industry as a whole is making more money underwriting ESG-related bonds than debt for fossil fuel companies.
The asset manager could lose $3 trillion by 2050 from its U.S. equity investments by failing to act on climate change, according to a new report.
U.S. regulators seem to have chosen a company-focused approach when it comes to climate-risk transparency.
There isn’t enough appreciation of the risks associated with new weather patterns we don’t yet understand.
A good rating doesn’t necessarily mean your investment is doing much good.
Pressure is increasing on fund managers to show they’re being truthful with customers about what they’re selling.
Cash leaks from ETFs; solar industry faces supply-chain issues and short interest in Invesco fund hits almost 10%.
A new analysis from Societe Generale shows that covering the biggest perpetrators of global warming is also bad for business.
Regulations are so lax that most of what’s earmarked to do good is barely even good-adjacent.
Financial analysts, policymakers and economists can’t begin to capture the full scale of a warming planet.
Sacca launches four funds through a new vehicle, Lowercarbon Capital.
GreenWatch is a new tool for investors worried that some sustainability claims are too good to be true.
A landmark report from the IPCC prompts leaders in sustainable finance to consider a longer-term focus and new ways to measure investments.
Overall issuance is skyrocketing, but transparency is hard to come by.
The question now is, where and how is that going to pay off?
The 10 largest U.S. public funds still have a lot of money invested in the biggest corporate contributors to global warming.
A side effect of the pandemic has been a dent in demand.
The world isn't building back better at the scale needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change