CO2 emissions from factory chimneys

8 September, 2021

FRC calls on companies to provide more detailed climate disclosures

Companies need to add much more detail into their disclosures about emissions and energy consumption, according to the UK’s company reporting watchdog. The news comes in a review conducted by the...
Water drop and ripples

28 May, 2021

Liquid asset: corporate boards and water risk management

Understanding water risk and making informed board decisions is imperative to protecting the long-term interests of companies. With the effects of climate change on the rise, now is the time for board...
Group of raised hands on green background

7 April, 2021

LGIM backs calls for ‘say on climate’ shareholder votes

Pressure for UK companies to face shareholder votes on corporate climate policies —a “say on climate”— increased this week with one of the UK’s biggest investors adding their voice to calls....
Sacha Sadan, LGIM

1 April, 2021

LGIM annual report reveals 21% rise in ‘active engagement’ in 2020

Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) increased the level of its engagements last year as the pandemic took hold of society and business across the world. LGIM's annual report reveals an i...
Board meeting in a forest

4 March, 2021

Three ways for the board to enhance its climate competency

It's no surprise that climate change impacts such as extreme weather have the potential to disrupt a corporation's supply chain, making it more challenging for them to obtain the resources and materia...
Green skyscrapers against a blue sky

4 February, 2021

How boards can steer companies to ‘build back better’

When the history of the Covid-19 pandemic is written, it will no doubt note how, in one fell swoop, the bug accomplished something humanity had long struggled to do:
Group of raised hands on green background

13 January, 2021

Investor group calls for shareholder votes on climate strategy

Efforts are under way to increase boardroom accountability for climate strategy. The Investor Forum, a group representing UK institutional investors, has called for a “say on climate”—a non-b...
2020 in review stamp

23 December, 2020

Top stories of 2020: climate, coronavirus and stakeholder capitalism

This year has been one of the most disruptive, enraging, fear-inducing and thought-provoking years on record. The UK entered 2020 with a new government focused on implementing Brexit, yet by the sprin...
Melting ice cap

19 November, 2020

Roadmap to mandatory TCFD reporting ‘should focus minds’

When it comes to mandatory climate-related risk reporting there isn’t as much time as recent headlines might suggest. The government has said the legal framework to make it compulsory will be in pla...
Compass showing net zero carbon target

17 November, 2020

From A to Zero: how to build a credible corporate net zero strategy

Over the past 18 months, the gears have shifted when it comes to climate change, with pressure for both transparency and proactivity now coming from seemingly every angle: the general public, governme...