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Plus, an interview with Jonathan Reynolds, UK shadow secretary for business, energy and industrial strategy
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Plus, the world reacts to the ISSB’s draft standards
Plus, global recession fears cut into corporate sustainability spending
Plus, the climate litigation risks you need to watch
Plus, is China’s emissions trading scheme working?
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Plus, what does inflation mean for sustainable shopping?
Plus, carbon offsets and lobbying pose greenwashing risks
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Plus, what’s behind Bill Gates’ new $20bn pledge
Plus, the SEC offers whistleblowers a juicy reward
Plus, how satellites are bringing us groundbreaking emissions data
Plus, PRI finds policymakers need not choose between the ‘present energy crisis and tackling climate change’
Plus, shareholders at Japan’s power companies reject climate proposals amid historic heatwave
Plus, the carbon bombs lurking on global stock markets
Plus, how some ESG strategies are still beating the market
Plus, green Spacs: where are they now?
Plus, the comment period on the SEC’s big climate proposal comes to an end
Basel Committee adds pay and bonus proposal to final version of its climate change framework
Plus, ‘ecocide’ prevention comes for banks and pension funds
Plus, European regulators turn their sights on ESG ratings
I cannot see where America’s tragically besieged democracy will catch its next break