The attack on an ill-defined concept called “woke” public policy has now been extended to attacking managers and investors who have the “nerve” to pay attention to a company’s environmental footprint, organizational governance practices and social and community impact.
Can your personal investments really help to fight climate change and advance sustainable development? The real-world impacts are inconclusive.
Existing investment treaties do not and cannot advance climate goals. We need a wholly new regime for investment governance.
Martin Dietrich Brauch
|March 17, 2022
The training will review pressing issues related to agricultural investments and introduce practical skills.
The acquisition of Four Twenty Seven, a leading provider of insight on economic climate risk, stands out as an indicator that the climate crisis is seen as a material risk that corporations and governments must consider.
The idea behind green bonds is not complicated, but the application of this simple financial mechanism could be transformational.
Solutions for a sustainable future require large-scale mobilization from communities, governments, and investors.
Thuy Hang Tran
|January 23, 2019
The City of New York joins a chorus of public and private entities refusing to support companies that contribute to climate change.
Each year, the U.S. spends more than $50 billion trying to attract business headquarters and keep factories open. How much do taxpayers actually benefit from that?
In the face of climate change, companies cannot continue to do “business as usual.” The risks and challenges of the changing climate threaten the bottom line, but also offer unprecedented opportunities.