Tag: climate change
EU financial regulators to carry out financial system climate stress test
The EU’s financial regulators are planning to carry out a system-wide analysis of the financial sector’s climate-related risk resilience.
Canadian government to mandate large suppliers to disclose GHG emissions
New standards by the Canadian government will require large suppliers to disclose their GHG emissions and set targets to reduce them.
FinTech Tide eliminates all of its carbon emissions in industry-first
Digital business financial platform Tide has become the first FinTech to remove 100% of its emissions with durable carbon removal.
Multinational bank BNP Paribas to face climate lawsuit
BNP Paribas have been sued by three non-governmental organisations due to a failure to comply with the country’s duty of vigilance law regarding climate change.
Greenwashing is impacting faith in ESG – can data be the...
Greenwashing is still a widespread problem. As the pressures increase for firms to act sustainably, both through regulation and customer expectations, there is a risk more will look to embellish their green efforts.
Sustainable investment startup Grünfin scores €2m
Grünfin, a sustainable investment platform, has reportedly raised €2m in equity to expand its product suite.
FinTech Zeti lands financial backing from Toyota
Zeti, a provider of financial services technology to manage consumption-based EV and infrastructure financing, has netted an investment from Toyota Ventures.
G20 called to intervene to avert bank funding of fossil fuels
Key economics, investors and bankers have called on the G20 to prioritise regulation to prevent a crash caused by continued fossil fuel financing, Finextra has claimed.
World’s first carbon insurer Kita scores seed funding
Kita, the world’s first carbon insurer, has closed a “heavily” oversubscribed pre-seed round on £350,000, which was led by seasoned investor Insurtech Gateway.
How Plan A is leveraging data to take the fight to...
Established in 2017, Plan A was co-founded by Lubomila Jordanova and Nathan Bonnisseau on the belief that every company – however big or small – has the power to pave the way to a more sustainable future.