Interviews

Franz Tattenbach, Costa Rica environment minister
Carbon Markets, Interviews
December 11, 2023

‘No leakage’ structure to strengthen carbon markets, says Costa Rica’s environment minister

Costa Rica’s minister for environment and energy, Franz Tattenbach, tells Sustainable Views that the proceeds of a new carbon credit deal will ‘absolutely’ be shared...
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COP28 youth climate activists (Karim Sahib/AFP via Getty Images)
Interviews
December 8, 2023

Youth on COP28: few women but an ‘overwhelming number of fossil fuel lobbyists’

December 8 is ‘youth, children, education and skills day’ at this year’s UN climate conference
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The Wildlife Trusts’ Rob Stoneman
Interviews, UK
December 7, 2023

Good carbon credits 'are a million miles away' from greenwashing

Corporates buying carbon credits in tree planting and other nature protection schemes are the future of nature restoration if done well, says The Wildlife Trusts’...
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David Miliband
Climate Finance, Interviews, Policy & Regulation
December 4, 2023

David Miliband: make climate finance more equitable and more accessible

The chief executive of the International Rescue Committee speaks to Sustainable Views about the need at COP28 to focus more attention on climate-stressed and conflict-affected...
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Interviews
November 29, 2023

ESG standard setters launch best practice platform in Singapore

The International Sustainability Standards Board and the Global Reporting Initiative have launched a best practice platform in Singapore to help companies prepare for an increasing...
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European Commission building and flags
EU, Interviews, Policy & Regulation
November 6, 2023

EU social taxonomy could return, but its name is ‘absolutely burnt’, says former rapporteur

Antje Schneeweiß, who worked on the EU’s social taxonomy before it was shelved last year, says that it could make a comeback under a different...
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Interviews, Policy & Regulation, UK
October 5, 2023

Investor data shows support for stronger green policy, says head of UK Labour’s climate forum

Paul McNamee tells Sustainable Views why he believes the Labour party can lead a green industrial revolution in the UK
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Interviews, US
September 29, 2023

California disclosure bill should ‘stiffen the SEC’s resolve’, says state senator

California state senator Scott Wiener tells Sustainable Views that he expects other states – and the US Securities and Exchange Commission – to pick up the baton, following the anticipated...
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Interviews, Transport
September 27, 2023

Maritime industry faces extra complexity in achieving green fuel transition, says Fincantieri

Shipbuilding is going through an ‘evolutionary phase’ as it is forced to innovate, following more intense scrutiny of the maritime industry’s decarbonisation plans, Fincantieri’s CEO tells Sustainable Views
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Renewable energy_solar panels and wind turbines
Interviews
September 27, 2023

IFC: we need more concessional funds for the green transition

Development banks are increasingly looked upon to provide funding and attract private investment in countries that most need it to transition to net zero. The World Bank's private sector arm...
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Interviews, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Policy & Regulation, Singapore
September 21, 2023

Asia-Pacific under pressure to adopt ESG disclosure rules

As western markets face stringent sustainability obligations, their supply chain producers in Asia-Pacific are looking to beef up their own ESG expertise in order to retain business, says HSBC's Sunil...
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