COP26 could take Climate Finance and ESG investing to the next level:  How Corporate Community can rise to the challenge

By CSE Research Team   Investors have recognized the significance of COP26, and its outcome will structure their actions and develop consensus on the best practices. Therefore, understanding climate finance

CSE’s Sustainability Practitioner Program Celebrates 15 Years of Trust by Fortune 500 & Government Leaders

October 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ – The Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) proudly celebrates 15 years of trust from FT 500 corporations and global organizations in providing specialized Sustainability and ESG Education

US federal agencies reveal their climate change adoption plans

By CSE Research Team   As US tries to recover from its hottest summer on record this year, Biden’s administration is making climate change a top priority. Back in January,

Linking ESG targets to executive pay

ESG considerations are now a central strategic pillar for a lot of companies, while COVID-19 has intensified investor, consumer and public scrutiny of businesses’ ESG performance. Two-thirds of institutional investors

Re-elected Trudeau in pursuit of climate change pledges.

The extreme heat waves in British Columbia this summer and its consequences, seemed to be enough to shape Canadians’ decision right before voting and urge them to contribute to their

SEC to establish a more comprehensive framework on climate-related disclosures

By Nikos Avlonas President of CSE   Earlier this year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission took the first steps to create a new, more comprehensive framework for consistent, comparable,