Financial watchdog’s report reveals the need for ‘hard data’ detailing how net zero plans will be executed—and likely impacts on business.
Lawyers challenge boards blocking shareholder resolutions
Objectors say the directive on corporate sustainability and human rights falls short, while companies criticise the demands it makes.
Corporate governance needs a booster of ‘green pill’ obligations to hold organisations to account over their promises, write academics.
Shell’s directors are the first to face legal action for mismanaging climate risk. Two new INSEAD reports offer advice to board members to avoid the same fate.
The first annual disclosures vary in the quality of data provided and lack balanced discussion of future opportunities, say watchdogs.
We must not let ESG become a scapegoat for the systemic failure of our society to address global warming and climate change.
The decision to limit the US Environmental Protection Agency’s powers leaves the reporting rules open to challenge, fear observers.
Just 37% of CEOs surveyed said carbon emissions targets were included in their long-term corporate strategy.
Singular pursuit of net-zero by 2050 could exacerbate inequality and derail our chances of a climate-resilient future.