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Jennifer Miller and Laura Thompson discuss emerging issues in sustainable business practices
ACC responds to “Production, Use and Fate of All Plastics Ever Made” study
The Natural Capital Protocol Toolkit was recently launched. Check out what sustainability experts from around the world are saying about this new resource to help companies implement the Natural Capital Protocol
Institutional investors have benefited from environmental, social and governance (ESG) based investments, but the exposure is low because of the absence of standardised benchmarks, according to State Street Global Advisors and Longitude Research’s Performing for the Future report.
Earlier this week I had the privilege of speaking at the German Mission during the United Nations’ “The Oceans Conference.” The conference was designed to advance implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 to conserve and sustainably use our oceans, seas, and marine resources. And this obviously includes our shared goal of keeping plastics out of the oceans.
Latin America’s stock market is potentially best placed to meet the COP-21 target of limiting the rise in global temperatures to no more than 2°C, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI).
Although the US had the lowest carbon footprint as measured by major stock indices around the world, and emerging markets had the highest, Latin America is the region best placed to meet an important climate change target.
UK businesses and investors may be inadvertently sitting on more than 15,000 tonnes of stranded fossil fuel asset emissions that could impact how the nation commits to a 2C energy scenario, new research has found.
The S&P Dow Jones Indices barometer of financial markets’ carbon efficiency published this week assesses the carbon efficiency and energy mix alignment with the two degrees Celsius climate scenarios for major S&P DJI equity benchmarks around the world.