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Jul 9th, 2024

Annual Report 2023-2024

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Jun 28th, 2024

Sustainability-Linked Bond Principles

Sustainability-linked bonds aim to further develop the key role that debt markets can play in funding and encouraging companies that contribute to sustainability (from an environmental and/or social and/or governance perspective). The Sustainability-Linked Bond Principles provide guidelines that recommend structuring features, disclosure and reporting. They are intended for use by market participants and are designed […]

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Jun 27th, 2024

Global trends in climate change litigation: 2024 snapshot

This report provides a numerical analysis of how many climate change litigation cases were filed in 2023, where and by whom, and a qualitative assessment of trends and themes in the types of cases filed. It is the sixth report in the series, produced by the Grantham Research Institute in partnership with the Sabin Center […]

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Jun 26th, 2024

The Wealth of Wetlands: Measuring the Economic Value of Two Critical Ecosystem Services in Canada

Canada’s vast tracts of nature are a valuable asset that has not been properly accounted for. The Institute for Sustainable Finance researchers examined the natural services provided by wetlands in Canada and calculated that they contribute roughly $225-billion in value each year by filtering water and sequestering carbon, equal to around 10% of GDP. However, […]

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Jun 24th, 2024

Guardrails to address greenwashing of climate transition finance

ClientEarth’s paper sets out clear guidelines for policymakers to plug the global regulatory gap in climate transition financing and tackle the rise of greenwashing in the market. The paper is the first in-depth analysis of ‘transition-washing’, or greenwashing, in labelled transition finance. It recommends practical policy measures to raise market standards and ensure capital flows […]

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Jun 4th, 2024

IFRS S2 Adoption by Jurisdiction

Summary The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) announced that “[c]lose to 400 organisations from 64 jurisdictions have committed to advancing the adoption or use of the International Sustainability Standards Board’s climate-related reporting at a global level” at the COP28. The Canada Climate Law Initiative (CCLI) has conducted research into the jurisdictional adoption of the International […]

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