Andy Puzder is a key catalyst in the Republican movement with a bevy of politicians, including former US Vice President Mike Pence.
While everyone is focused on fossil-fuel language at COP27, the biggest win yet may be 200 countries calling for a reform of global financial architecture.
A Bloomberg survey shows Europeans are more in favor of enhanced environmental regulations than Americans, while Asians want more rules — period.
Regulators push back against cloud providers including Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
The global tournament has given a boost to a new Qatari organization that validates carbon offsets others won’t.
EKI Energy insists its products help companies shrink their carbon footprint. A growing consensus says most of them don’t.
The Inflation Reduction Act is poised to boost clean-energy investment. Those surveyed by Bloomberg point to the potential for the battery-storage sector, followed by wind, solar and green hydrogen markets.
Instead of headline-grabbing announcements, finance executives discussed unglamorous details of how to actually deliver on their net-zero commitments.
Republican senators are warning of “months and years” of investigations in the GOP’s latest attack on ESG.
About 65% of those surveyed by Bloomberg expect the investment group to trail competing benchmark indexes.
Renewables came into their own during a long period of low rates. That’s over, but lenders and borrowers can take steps to soften the impact.
CO2 increases spurred by new construction, office re-openings and fossil-fuel use in emerging markets.
Egypt’s finance minister says multilateral development banks need to help provide solutions for emerging markets struggling with debt and the climate crisis.
Until now they’ve been the missing part of climate-finance discussions. At COP27, they’re supposed to be “the centerpiece.”
Mark Carney, the co-chair of GFANZ, has said it’s now time to go after holdouts.
Bankers are taken to task over “crucial gaps” in climate strategies.
Fifty-eight of the world’s developing countries most vulnerable to climate change collectively have almost $500 billion of debt servicing payments due in the next four years.
About 45% of those surveyed by Bloomberg expect a Republican victory to be bad for proponents of sustainable investing.
Europe’s highest-ranking sustainable fund category keeps getting dragged down by controversial revelations.