Knowledge Hub

Anti-corruption watchdogs should look at greenwashing risks, says study

Power plant emissions at sunset
The Grantham Research Institute’s study seeks to identify gaps in current legislation and how they should be addressed by regulators and enforcement agencies. (Photo: Ldphotostock/Dreamstime)

The LSE’s Grantham Research Institute has identified areas where corruption and poor integrity can mislead investors and other stakeholders looking at companies’ climate projects

Regulators and enforcement agencies should tackle the risk of corruption and poor integrity related to companies’ climate action, according to a new report by ...

To continue reading
Request Free Trial

  • Unlimited access to all content.
  • Email alerts highlighting key industry insight.
  • Invitations to attend exclusive roundtables and events.
  • The Sustainable Views Policy Tracker - deep insight on ESG regulations and deadlines.

Read Next:

COP28 UAE climate sign
Financials, Policy & Regulation
December 4, 2023

COP28 Round-up: Finance day focuses on development banks and carbon markets

A summary of key announcements from the 2023 UN climate conference, why they matter and what is still missing
Read more