Singapore-based carbon credit exchange Climate Impact X (CIX) has tapped Nasdaq’s cloud-based SaaS technology to power its spot trading platform for carbon credits. Slated for launch in early 2023, the platform will enable two-way spot trading via standardized contracts, increasing access to transparent pricing signals and real-time market data.
29 Jun 2022
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China’s Net Zero Goal: the Decarbonization Path
What will it take for the world’s biggest energy consumer to reach net zero by 2060?
2 May 2022
Creative thinking: key to sustainable financing
By constantly evolving our thoughts and ideas on sustainable investing, Fidelity could deliver better outcomes that can benefit investors, society, and the planet alike. Read what our investment leadership has to say about sustainable innovation.
4 Apr 2022
With environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors becoming pivotal for business growth, the next generation of family business leaders need to take a lead in building an ESG strategy and reimagining their family business’ success, according to a new study. NextGens should prepare themselves to be the future leaders who will fortify and develop the family legacy and support responsible business growth, PwC’s NextGen Survey 2022 – Asia-Pacific and Asean says.
27 Jun 2022
The world can remain locked into a costly, inefficient, polluting future that empowers only a handful of fossil fuel-rich countries, such as Russia. Or we can choose a green revolution of low-cost energy for all that keeps our future secure from pollution, global warming and dictators
24 Jun 2022
DBS has extended a green loan amounting to A$295 million (US$204.72 million) to Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC for the refinancing of Chifley Tower Sydney, a development certified for its sustainability in Sydney’s central business district.
22 Jun 2022
Regularly tracking four alternative economic indicators would provide a very different view of comparative performance from the one that emerges from domestic product (GDP)-based analysis. And public awareness of this revised view of reality could well mobilize support for fundamental different policies at the national and international level
19 Jun 2022
Tumbling equity markets and greater regulatory and public scrutiny are subjecting previously fast-growing green investments to what may be their toughest stress test yet. As fears of recession increase, many believe that an industry based on the promise of making money while doing good may be facing a reckoning
17 Jun 2022
While the European Union's proposed carbon border tax could help to cut emissions and level the competitive playing field for EU-based firms, it risks hurting poorer countries. By helping to finance the developing world’s green transition, Europe could mitigate the protectionist threat in its own climate agenda
29 Jun 2022