An insight report summing up the major growth drivers and constraints discussed at the opening session of this year's (virtual) EA Global Business Summit, focusing on the implications of environmental and climate policy shifts in the US and the ramifications of green finance hitting the mainstream
The $17.2tr of COVID-19 recovery money injected into the global economy to date continues to have a net negative impact on climate and nature, according to an update to the ‘Greenness of Stimulus Index’ (GSI) report.
Innovative financing methods and a burgeoning demand for expertise are triggering rapid evolution of the environmental & sustainability consulting M&A market, concluded a lively panel session at the Environment Analyst Business Summit 2021
Paul Munday shares the headline findings from S&P Global Rating's latest ESG white paper exploring how standardised terminologies and supplemented climate model outputs can help organisations better understand and manage their climate risks
A strong early focus on social equity should be informing ‘build back better’ strategies and the overall decarbonisation of the built environment in Europe, concludes a study undertaken by experts at Danish-based consultancy Ramboll.
As environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns continue to gain prominence, upstream oil and gas producers face mounting credit pressure, according to Thomas Watters, managing director at S&P Global Ratings. Some of these firms will be in for a very difficult ride, he asserts
Follow the science, follow the data, and help your clients and indeed their investors navigate an often complex and sometimes convoluted ESG journey. This was the overriding message from a lively session focused on ESG opportunities at this year’s virtual EA Global Business Summit