The limits to sustainable investing in times of sparse company reporting

The limits to sustainable investing in times of sparse company reporting

Sustainable investment has developed rapidly in the last decade. However, inconsistent measures of ESG factors and ratings present challenges to sustainable investing. In this blog our Associate, Niklas Pape, discusses the data challenges he observes, their implications and potential ways forward.

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The Green New Deal: What Is It and Why It Should Be Embraced by Investors

The Green New Deal: What Is It and Why It Should Be Embraced by Investors

The Green New Deal aims to create green growth while tackling the climate crisis and economic inequality. To achieve this huge investment is required, can the enormous growth of sustainability linked finance be a solution to break the deadlock in Washington? Find out more in our latest blog!  

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Repsol issues first green bond for the oil & gas sector. Simply greenwash, or a positive step in the right direction?

Repsol issues first green bond for the oil & gas sector. Simply greenwash, or a positive step in the right direction?

The green bond market has grown substantially over the last few years (quadrupling in size between 2013 and 2015). Step up …Repsol? Yes, that’s right. The Spanish petroleum refining firm is poised to sell a green bond transaction and will become the first company from the oil and gas industry to do so.

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How the Sustainable Development Goals can help inspire your business

How the Sustainable Development Goals can help inspire your business

The SDGs are 17 social, environmental and economic goals that frame the global agenda for sustainable development between now and 2030. Businesses can benefit from embracing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and embedding them in their growth strategies.

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