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A new App, Sugi, has been launched that will enable users to check the carbon impact of their investments.
HSBC and Young Money have launched Money Heroes, a financial education programme centred around an innovative online platform designed to help teachers and parents collaborate on the delivery of meaningful and fun home and school learning.
Over twenty organisations have sent an open letter to the Government calling for the finance industry not to be left out of a proposed new law to tackle the UK’s contribution to global deforestation.
New data analysis reveals that the carbon emissions resulting from six key consumer spending categories fell by almost a third during the national lockdown, with year-on-year emissions remaining much lower than in 2019.
The €1.85tr recovery plan unveiled by the EC , using ‘recovery bonds’ to finance a ‘next generation EU’ could see €500bn of these bonds spent as grants on national projects that could help accelerate the green transition.
Triodos Bank UK has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Sustainable Development category.
EU negotiators are agreeing a compromise on its ‘green finance’ regulation – the rules for which financial investments can be labelled environmentally sustainable.
Young people starting their first job should be automatically enrolled in a sustainable pension, the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) has argued. UKSIF-commissioned polling shows millennials that want their savings to make a positive impact as well as making money and UKSIF is now urging MPs to support sustainable auto-enrolment.
The University of Liverpool will divest from all fossil fuel companies following student action.
Moody’s Investors Service announced its acquisition of Four Twenty Seven, after purchasing a majority share in the climate change risk assessment and economic analysis firm. Through this acquisition, Moody’s will expand its research and assessment capabilities and potentially increase or decrease the credit ratings of numerous businesses and countries, leading investors to reconsider their lending.
In a recent draft of an energy industry proposed lending policy, the European Investment Bank (EIB) laid out a plan to take steps toward the achievement of the environmental sustainability goals set in the Paris Climate Accord. This creates conflict with their previous investments in the non-renewable fossil fuel industry.
The European Commission’s expert group on sustainable finance has published a draft list of projects that can be deemed ‘green and climate-proof’.
The Environmental Audit Committee has published its report into UK Export Finance (UKEF) investigating the scale and impact of financing of fossil fuels in developing countries, revealing that most of UKEF’s investment undermines the UK’s climate commitments.
Big Society Capital’s is asking the Government to consider expanding the eligibility for schemes under its Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) number stating that criteria are currently too limiting and have been inhibiting take-up.
Australian retail chain Woolworths Group is aiming to further reduce its environmental impact by becoming the first supermarket to issue green bonds certified by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).