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Hungary issues Green Panda Bond worth 2Bn yuan

Hungary raised 2Bn yuan (€1Bn) on Chinese markets, just a year after it became the first country in the world to issue 1Bn yuan worth of ‘green panda bonds’.


China issues emissions plan for non-ferrous metals industry

China laid out a plan to decarbonize the non-ferrous metals industry, reiterating the energy-intensive sector’s need to not exceed peak carbon emissions by 2030.


Consumer Goods Forum issues guide for net-zero operations

The global industry network has launched a playbook for not only developing decarbonization roadmaps but also operationalizing them.


EIF supports €2.5 billion of climate action investment

The European Investment Fund (EIF), Europe’s largest venture capital and private equity financier enables 5 equity funds to back €2.5Bn of climate action investment.


New coalition challenges steel carbon price proposed by US, EU

The newly-formed Global Steel Climate Council or ‘GSCC’ is challenging the “sliding scale” carbon price proposal by the US and EU


CPPIB will sell companies that don’t take ESG seriously

Canada’s biggest pension fund, with CAD$523Bn ($390Bn) under management, is ready to cut ties with companies that aren’t committed to their net-zero targets


Chinese construction material emissions to peak by 2030

Four central government agencies announced the 2030 peaking date in a carbon-peaking plan specific to the construction materials industry


Iberdrola to invest €47Bn on energy transition by 2025

The Spanish utility reveals plans to invest €47Bn in the green transition ahead of 2025, with a large portion of the capital earmarked for power grid reinforcement.


UAE releases net-zero plan, plans deeper emissions cut

The UAE has laid out a pathway to net-zero by 2050 that implies a deeper reduction in emissions by 2030 than envisaged under its updated NDC, released in September.


UAE technology firm e& pledges to net-zero operations by 2030

The group said it would reduce its carbon footprint through improving energy efficiency and sourcing renewable energy among other initiatives


Kuwait pledges net zero emissions by 2060

Kuwait announced the emirate’s intention to work towards net-zero, making it the fifth Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) country to set a net-zero goal


Samsung C&T seeks 2050 net-zero

Samsung Construction & Trading (C&T) announced a plan which aims to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2030 and net zero carbon emissions by 2050


First green shipping corridor to open between Singapore, US

The ‘green and digital shipping’ corridor between Singapore and the San Pedro Bay port complex will focus on low- and zero-carbon fuels for bunkering and other things.


Milliken’s 2050 net-zero goal approved by SBTi

US-based diversified global manufacturer Milliken & Company announced its science-based net-zero targets have been approved by the SBTi


Japan postpones carbon tax as energy prices soar

Japan will put the introduction of a carbon emissions surcharge on hold, abandoning plans to include it in fiscal 2023 tax reform due to soaring energy costs


Carmakers to build 400m more vehicles than 1.5C target allows

Toyota, Volkswagen and Hyundai/Kia on track to make far more petrol and diesel cars than is sustainable, a new study finds.


Exchanges watchdog IOSCO launches VCM consultation

The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is launching a consultation on the voluntary carbon market (VCM), along with regulatory priorities


Canadian government sets net-zero plan for concrete industry

The Canadian government is looking to reduce carbon emissions in cement and concrete manufacturing with its “Roadmap to Net-Zero Carbon Concrete by 2050”.


US introduces new carbon trading scheme for clean energy

US climate envoy John Kerry unveiled a new voluntary carbon trading market scheme to boost private investment in clean energy projects in developing countries


Osborne Clarke commits to 1.5°C business statement

International legal practice Osborne Clarke, in collaboration with We Mean Business Coalition and The B Team, has signed the 1.5°C business statement at COP27.

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