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→  November 12, 2012

The UK’s proposed environmental reporting rules are not without their problems – but with a little fine-tuning they will help raise the bar in the UK and beyond, says Martin Baxter This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial […]

→  November 11, 2012

Companies must be forced to disclose carbon emissions to drive significant reductions, as the current system of voluntary reporting is approaching the limits of what it can achieve, a leading advisor has claimed. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free […]

→  November 11, 2012

Australia is willing to accept a new binding commitment under the Kyoto Protocol that reflects its minimum domestic 2020 target, Climate Change Minister Greg Combet announced today. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to […]

→  November 9, 2012

Private equity funds are stepping up ESG integration – but will a blizzard of investor requests for intervention overwhelm them? Mark Nicholls reports This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to receive a copy of […]

→  November 8, 2012

Clean energy investments are being undervalued and potentially rejected because traditional pricing models don’t reflect their option value, according to a group of banks and energy companies. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to […]

→  November 5, 2012

Calvert Investments has launched a mutual fund to invest in companies in emerging markets that produce products and services designed to tackle pressing environmental and social challenges. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to […]

→  November 4, 2012

Jonathan Plowe helped put together the $1 billion SolarStrong deal – and is warning that the renewables sector needs new sources of capital. He talks to Gloria Gonzalez This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and […]

→  November 3, 2012

EU politicians hope capping biofuels made from food crops will trigger a boom in advanced fuels. But is the technology ready to lead the next wave of growth, or will the EU’s biofuels targets be missed? Peter Cripps investigates This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to […]

→  November 2, 2012

Superstorm Sandy could be the costliest US natural disaster for the insurance industry since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, according to Eqecat. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to receive a copy of the monthly […]

→  October 31, 2012

The Rainforest Action Network (RAN) has urged big banks to disclose and reduce emissions from their lending, underwriting and investing activities. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to receive a copy of the monthly […]