This browser is not actively supported anymore. For the best passle experience, we strongly recommend you upgrade your browser.
SUSTAINABLE MATTERS
post featured image
On Monday 26th September, the UK Government officially launched its Net Zero Review. As part of the launch, it was announced that Chris...
post featured image
On 15 September 2022 the long-awaited transition to a 'proof-of-stake' consensus mechanism on Ethereum—referred to as 'The Merge'—finally...
post featured image
Improving ESG data production The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has published a report on environmental, social and governance (ESG)...
post featured image
The rising cost of living along with the energy, climate change, water, pollution and other crises are all bearing down on people and the...
post featured image
The commercial aviation industry has long since drawn the envy and admiration of others for its approach in dealing with safety risks -...
post featured image
The FRC and FCA recently published two reports assessing whether premium-listed companies’ climate-related reporting had materially...
post featured image
In its latest annual report on the environmental performance of England’s water and sewerage companies, the Environment Agency (EA) has...
post featured image
After attracting significant interest from stakeholders, the consultation period for the International Sustainability Standards Board’s...
post featured image
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority’s (“CMA”) has recently announced that it has launched investigations into a number of fashion...
post featured image
Already at the vanguard of climate risk governance and reporting, trustees of occupational pension schemes may soon need to turn their...
post featured image
The Financial Times reported in July that the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA), a UN-convened group of 28 leading insurers and...
post featured image
The European Commission’s REPowerEU plan (“EU Plan”), published on 18 May 2022, shares common decarbonisation and security of supply...
post featured image
Of the 1.5 billion carbon credits now issued from more than 5,000 projects, critics claim many do not deliver the promised climate...
post featured image
This week the High Court ruled in favour of three claimants who had each brought separate (albeit subsequently joined) proceedings for a...
post featured image
Whilst we wait for the Government to bring in legislation to strengthen the UK’s corporate governance, reporting and audit systems (see...
post featured image
On 24 June 2022, the 53 signatory states to the Energy Charter Treaty reached an “agreement in principle” to the Treaty’s amendment and...