Investors push for nature in climate plansBY ROSE MARY PETRASS | TUESDAY, 6 FEB 2024 9:53AM
Transition plans are pivotal to ensuring companies' credibility in achieving net-zero goals - but currently do not factor in safeguarding and restoring nature and biodiversity.
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The PRI has hired a chief RI ecosystems officer for the Americas and APAC and promoted another to a similar role covering the UK, Europe and India, Middle East and Africa.
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has published a guide to support jurisdictional adoption of standards, as it searches for 150 experts to provide technical input on sustainability disclosures in financial reports.
Australian and Asia Pacific financiers see reputational risk as a greater concern than the social and environmental impacts of the companies in which they invest.
Aware Super has inked a US$50 million deal to buy a speciality infrastructure finance company alongside Macquarie Asset Management's (MAM) Green Investment Group (GIG).
Issuance of sustainable debt has exploded over the past 10 years as investors seek investment returns by allocating capital toward sustainability efforts.
New, global ESG disclosure requirements are on the horizon, including for New Zealand, Australia, Europe, the United States and Singapore.
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