Campaigners ask European Council to widen the ambit of EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence directive.
Campaigners fear that ‘limited’ EU draft directives on corporate reporting will hinder the creation of a ‘sustainable and just economy’.
The world is addicted to cheap energy. We need to admit this and have the courage to put oil, gas, and coal into stewardship.
A summary of AGMs for companies across eight European markets reveals a growth in participation and in ESG resolutions.
COP27 call for climate change transition plans; putting purpose at the heart of business; a disappointing take on diversity Down Under.
Commentators point out that efforts to bring the code up to date lack sufficient focus on stakeholders and sustainability.
This year’s Sustainability Board Report also reveals that many more large companies now have an ESG committee.
The Financial Conduct Authority reveals plans to target greenwashing with new rules on use of key terms.
Asset managers want the ISSB to include proposals for companies to report their impact on the environment.
Decarbonising ‘brown’ industries; funds pulled from BlackRock; the legitimacy of dual class shares; investors slow to address sustainability.