SEC said to have removed Scope 3 requirement from climate rule
The agency received 16,000 comments on its initial draft, and that the majority of them opposed Scope 3 reporting.
CSO Futures Weekly: Bumps in the road and existential questions
Sustainable finance's persistent data and commitment issues, Mike Berners-Lee's existential questions and more...
World’s biggest emitters still fail to disclose climate-related business risks
The companies analysed include oil and gas majors such as BP, Chevron and TotalEnergies, as well as airlines, miners and large manufacturers.
Ahold Delhaize and Pernod Ricard strengthen sustainability governance
Two Chief Sustainability Officer appointments with very different backgrounds...
Steel giant AM/NS India names Chief Sustainability Officer
AM/NS India's carbon intensity stood at 2.23 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of crude steel in 2021.
EU Carbon Removal Certification Framework: Provisional deal leaves many gaps
The framework provides more clarity on how to generate credits from carbon farming but lacks greenwashing safeguards.
CSDDD: What would a failed EU due diligence legislation mean for businesses?
Observers are increasingly doubtful that the EU’s flagship supply chain due diligence legislation will make it past the finish line before EU Parliament elections this June.
Sustainable bond issuances to reach US$1 trillion in 2024
Growth is likely to be spurred by increased transparency and the adoption of green taxonomies.
Investors worth US$14tn leave CA100+ climate group
The move comes just a few days after CA100+ released a net zero standard for oil and gas companies, signalling its intention to start pressuring the sector to decarbonise.
Medtronic announces first Chief Sustainability Officer
Medtronic reported 253,800 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions across Scope 1 and 2 in 2023, down 14% from the previous year.