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ESMA prioritises the fight against greenwashing

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, has published its Sustainable Finance Roadmap 2022-2024 (Roadmap).


Wales pushing for investment in green infrastructure

Welsh Ministers will push for the inclusion of more than £8.1bn for infrastructure that will support the nation's net-zero transition in this year's Budget, including new funding for buses, rail and woodlands.


Wheaton Precious Metals targets net-zero by 2050

Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. outlined a commitment to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 and will provide more details in its 2021 sustainability report to be published in May.


Appeal filed against Eskom emission exemptions

Earth Life Africa and groundWork challenge approval of Eskom’s application to breach emission limits at several power plants.


CME to launch CBL C-GEO futures

CME Group plans to launch CBL Core Global Emissions Offset (C-GEO) futures in March.


Duke Energy plans to exit all coal, double renewables

Duke Energy Corp. intends to close the rest of its coal plants by 2035 and more than double its renewable capacity by 2030.


SSE sets 1.5C emissions targets on road to net-zero

SSE has announced accelerated goals for renewable energy development and reducing operational emissions through to 2030, but has also increased its profit forecast due to soaring gas prices.


20 major players team up to improve emissions accounting

ClimateWorks Foundation has launched a new initiative aiming to improve the reliability of carbon emissions accounting globally, backed by business giants including Microsoft, EY, KMPG and Deloitte.


INPEX sets course for net-zero by 2050

Japan’s largest exploration and production company aims to reduce its Scope 1 and 2 emissions to net-zero by 2050, with a 2030 goal of a 30% or more.


Soy giant pledges deforestation-free supply chain

The Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC), has announced a plan to eliminate the destruction of native vegetation from its soy supply chain in Brazil and across Latin America.


TPI launches sector-specific framework

The Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) announced the publication of the TPI Sectoral Decarbonisation Pathways, its detailed framework for guiding investors in order to assess corporate climate targets across high-emitting sectors.


France earmarks $6bn for hydrogen, CCS clusters

France unveiled a plan to ensure it has homegrown hydrogen production and technology in its industrial zones, starting with those of Luxembourg-based global steel and mining group ArcelorMittal.


Plan to stop carbon credit ‘shortcuts’

Grant King’s Climate Change Authority has been formally tasked by the Morrison government with reviewing imports of potentially dubious international carbon credits amid a surge in corporate demand for the offsets.


NY pension fund to divest from oil and gas

The New York State Common Retirement Fund has released a list of 21 shale oil and gas companies from which it plans to divest. The move represents $238 million of the fund’s $279.7 billion in assets under management.


Germany considering lawsuit against EU

Germany's vice-chancellor Robert Habeck has stated that Berlin will examine a contentious proposal by the European Commission to include nuclear power and fossil gas in the EU's sustainable finance taxonomy before considering a potential lawsuit.


Fresh hopes for landmark treaty to rescue ocean life

World leaders are under pressure to conclude years of talks on an agreement to protect open oceans that help sustain life on Earth, cover almost half the planet and currently fall under no country's laws.


SEC chief to firm up mandatory climate-risk proposal

The head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday said he is working “closely” with commissioners to firm up details of the agency’s mandatory climate-risk proposal.


Protecting environment part of Italian constitution

The Italian parliament approved a law making protection of the environment part of the Constitution in a vote politicians and activists hailed as significant for the country's future.


Top companies exaggerating their progress

Many of the world's biggest companies are failing to meet their own targets on tackling climate change, according to a study of 25 corporations. Also: Science Based Targets initiative accused of providing a “platform for greenwashing” »


Carlyle makes net zero pledge

Carlyle has vowed to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 across its entire investment portfolio.

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