ESG Today: Week In Review, Sunday, December 3

This week in ESG news: UAE kicks off COP28 with new $30 billion climate fund; UK’s FCA releases final Sustainable Disclosure Requirements for asset managers; H&M launches green finance program to fund suppliers’ decarbonization programs; Virgin Atlantic flies milestone green fuel-powered flight; Nasdaq launches AI-powered ESG data platform; Deloitte, IBM integrate sustainability solutions; HSBC, Standard Chartered among major banks to exit SBTi; EY study finds companies not yet ready for IFRS sustainability reporting; capital raises for carbon removal, measurement solutions, zero emissions aviation tech; Bloomberg launches tool to assess companies’ SDG impact, and more.

See below for the highlights of the past week, and get all your ESG news at ESG Today:


Sustainability Goals, Initiatives and Achievements


Government & Regulators


ESG Reporting & Disclosure


ESG Services and Tools


Sustainable Finance


Private Equity & Venture Capital


ESG Investing


Reports, Surveys & Studies

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Author: Travis Esquivel

Travis Esquivel is an engineer, passionate soccer player and full-time dad. He enjoys writing about innovation and technology from time to time.

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