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

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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,

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What CFOs should know about Climate Risks in ECB banking supervision

Integrating climate change into the financial stability framework has become part of daily central banking discussions. The Network for Greening the Financial System’s initiative, the 2021 Bank for International Settlements

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The race to zero carbon European Economies:  why the need for Sustainability ESG Practitioners is urgent?

In these times of unprecedented economic and social disruption, decision makers are trying to reinforce the reorientation of Europe’s economic model towards Sustainability. The challenge for all corporations is to

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Gender diversity on corporate Boards of Directors

In the last decade, the board of directors has taken on an expanded role and presents an interest in all stakeholder groups, with an increasing number of women serving now

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The right time for companies to act on ESG -Sustainability Reporting is now

  Carbon neutrality plays a vital role in addressing the climate crisis. With countries legally binding net-zero emissions targets, even companies in emissions-intensive industries, such as fossil fuels, are setting

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The future of sustainability in Australia

Australia’s carbon emissions dropped 5% in 2020, which marks a considerable progress, considering that Australia had a very poor record on emissions and sustainability after an OECD review back in

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Redefining Asian’s sectors for carbon neutrality

Over the past decade the word is facing three main challenges with Asia being in the epicenter of their effects. These challenges are no other that the climate emergency, the

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Transforming the biggest carbon emitting sectors for a zero-carbon future

As high level political actors are getting prepared for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November, industries are intensifying their efforts to combat climate risks. This year, the

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MENA Region: Shaping a sustainable future

As identified by The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2021, environmental risks, such as extreme weather, climate action failure and human environmental damage are the biggest global risks by

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