Companies in Japan with poor disclosure might need to reconsider their approach. Market participants are increasingly demanding better carbon data disclosure and greater transparency on how they are responding to the energy transition challenge
The lack of an appropriate market price for water—one that reflects its full economic, social, and environmental value—is leading to over-consumption of finite water resources, putting business value and growth at risk.
Trucost clients won praise at the recent 2° Invest Awards organized by the French Ministry of Environment and the 2° Investing Initiative, while a recent report shows that Trucost is the leading provider of carbon data.
Real estate experts gathered at a recent event organized by Trucost and Lloyds Bank to discuss how to encourage the development of greener buildings, reducing environmental impacts and creating new business opportunities.
In the first of a series of articles for the Singapore Stock Exchange, Trucost looks at why companies should disclose information on environmental, social and governance issues and how they can ensure it meets the needs of investors.