topic: taxonomy

Soyabean harvesting in Argentina
EU, Policy & Regulation
March 13, 2023

EU urged not to greenwash agriculture

A group of 25 environmental NGOs have written to the European Commission urging it not to label intensive agriculture and industrial livestock production as sustainable...
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Policy & Regulation
December 29, 2022

2022 in review: UK's U-turns and delays

Political instability and an energy crisis instigated by the war in Ukraine have defined the last year, leaving a mark on the UK's sustainable finance...
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Policy & Regulation
December 19, 2022

UN-backed hub launches in LatAm to ‘tropicalise’ international frameworks

The hub is set to assist central banks, regulators and the financial sector in Latin America and the Caribbean as they tackle climate risk. Latin...
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Policy & Regulation
May 16, 2022

Regulatory Briefing: UK‘s U-turn on green taxonomy

Green finance groups have reacted angrily to news that the UK government may weaken its sustainable taxonomy by including natural gas. The Daily Telegraph reported a...
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Policy & Regulation
February 22, 2022

Finding a universal definition of greenwashing

As the number of sustainable investment products grows, the European Securities and Markets Authority seeks to define the term ‘greenwashing’
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Alberto dePaoli
Interviews, Policy & Regulation
December 15, 2021

Enel: zero emissions and fully 'electrified' by 2040

The multinational energy group does not believe in offsetting and plans to get all its business and retail customers to abandon gas as it aims...
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Sector Focus
December 15, 2021

2022: a tech boom and a greenwashing backlash?

Market research company Forrester’s annual predictions report forecasts an array of new digital offerings next year, and that regulators will get tough on ESG classifications As the post-pandemic recovery gathers...
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