The UK-based non-profit has launched a guide on using catalytic capital to create a fairer path to net zero. It is calling for over half of investment in climate-focused funds over the next five years to adopt a just transition approach.
AFM wants to see Article 8 and 9 classifications removed and new sustainability labels introduced, reflecting discontent within the European financial sector over the current EU sustainability disclosure regime.
Can coffee made of lupine, chickpea and blackcurrant beans taste as good as the real thing? Dutch company Northern Wonder is working with agricultural researchers to make sure the end product resembles real coffee.
The challenge of meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals is one of the biggest the world faces. Impact investors can play an important role, one that experts will explore at our annual conference.
British International Investment’s most recent allocations target food security and electric vehicles. The institution says it is increasingly focusing its investments on fighting the climate emergency.
The Dutch bank reportedly violated its own ‘zero-tolerance’ policy towards deforestation. Extensive data research conducted by FD in collaboration with NGO Repórter Brasil shows Rabobank’s involvement with illegal deforesters.
The close underscores the firm’s commitment to contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The fund will target four key investment themes: climate action, sustainable living, lifelong learning and inclusive growth.