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Counting emissions and accounting omissions: The struggle to measure, monitor and manage corporate net-zero efforts

19 Oct 2021

Internalise the climate externality. That is the major task facing policymakers and corporate executives. However, this requires accurate measurement and incorporation into financial accounts and neither are straightforward.

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Law and climate: Using the legal stick to accelerate change

15 Oct 2021

Energy majors, cement producers, utilities and financial services providers are among the latest targets of legal action designed to make them move faster towards a lower carbon world. Could this be an inflection point, as the conversation turns to specific responsibilities rather than vague commitments to change?

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Without a global finance plan, the climate moonshot will fail

13 Oct 2021

If the world is to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, the international financial architecture needs far stronger coordination under a re-tooled OECD, writes Steve Waygood.

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From outside-in to inside-out: Transforming finance for impact

8 Oct 2021

To meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, finance must embrace a holistic approach to managing its impact on the environment. Eric Usher, head of UNEP FI, talks to AIQ about this shift in focus and the importance of public and private sector collaboration.

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Disclosures, trade-offs and green premia: The future of sustainability in real assets

7 Oct 2021

The path to a sustainable future for private markets is full of opportunity but also complexity, as Laurence Monnier and Ed Dixon explain.

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Actions and words: An interview with Dale Vince

6 Oct 2021

The prominent climate change campaigner and founder of green energy supplier Ecotricity discusses biogas, the energy crisis and the need for a shake-up in government policy to achieve net zero in a wide-ranging interview with AIQ. Words by Miles Costello.

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What does the data say? Ice meltdown, unicorns and green pensions

23 Sep 2021

In this month’s instalment of our visual series on topical data themes, we look at melting ice caps, the rising value (and volume) of ‘unicorn’ companies, and the hidden power of your pension.

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The climate wars: Why rising temperatures mean rising conflict

23 Sep 2021

With tensions set to rise further as disputes over scarce resources intensify, we look at the geopolitical, economic and investment implications.

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Crisis or opportunity of a lifetime? Rethinking the future of the planet

7 Sep 2021

Will a world beset with challenges spin into catastrophic breakdown or spur humanity to change and reach new heights? John Elkington, widely regarded as the ‘godfather of sustainability’, contemplates the future with AIQ.

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What does the data say? Climate change, real yields and live TV

27 Aug 2021

In the latest instalment of our visual series on topical data themes, we look at the latest IPCC report, the significant decline in US real yields and people’s live TV versus streaming habits.

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Pricing carbon: Taxing polluters is the only way forward

26 Aug 2021

Nearly three decades after it first agreed to tackle climate change, the world has failed miserably to curb the growth in CO2 emissions. To succeed, it urgently needs to establish an effective price for carbon.

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Carbon accounting

24 Aug 2021

Can investors rely on data from companies about their efforts to reduce carbon emissions?

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