Comment, Policy and Regulation

Taxonomies should scrutinise 'inputs' to green assets

Lack of transparency on the environmental and social impact of creating green assets undermines policymakers' sustainability work. As the EU and other policymakers are defining what constitutes a green asset through prescriptive taxonomies, not enough emphasis is being given to the often harmful process of creating those assets. Hazardous conditions, ...

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