Tag: climate change
Personetics launches Sustainability Insights to help customers lower carbon footprint
Data-driven personalisation service Personetics has released a new Sustainability Insights feature aimed at helping customers improve their carbon footprint.
Rabobank launches CO2 emissions insight tool for customers
Netherlands-based Rabobank has launched Carbon Insights, empowering customers to monitor the impact their purchases have on the climate.
Majority of pension savers view net-zero pledges as misleading
A study by online pension provider PensionBee has found that 63% of pension savers view net-zero pledges as disingenuous and making not much difference to the climate crisis.
Climate risk assessment tool Zesty.ai scores debt from Brex
Zesty.ai, a predictive data analytics service for climate risk, has received $10m in venture debt from US spend management decacorn Brex.
Climate impact FinTech startup Lune scores $4m
Lune, which aims to help retailers and consumers understand the climate impact of their purchases, has collected $4m in its funding round.
FCA confirms new rules on climate-related financial disclosures
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published two policy statements that confirm the final rules and guidance to promote better climate-related financial disclosures.
Taiwan unveils climate risk guidelines for banks and insurers
Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has issued guidelines for banks and insurers on the climate risk disclosures they will be required to make from 2023 onwards.
Kettle secures funding to extend California wildfire insurance safety net
Reinsurance startup Kettle has snared $25m in Series A funding to expand insurance coverage for those affected by wildfires in California.
Barclays teams with SaveMoneyCutCarbon to help clients cut their emissions
Barclays has partnered with SaveMoneyCutCarbon to help its customers reduce their carbon, energy and water usage.
Mandatory climate disclosures for financial institutions to be unveiled in New...
New Zealand has become the first country globally to pass laws requiring banks, insurers and investment managers to disclose the impact of climate change on their companies.