A £40m programme to transfer solar assets into community ownership
Environmental Finance advises pioneering partnership between Big Society Capital and Power to Change
What do we really eat? What information do labels give us? Do they tell us everything? Are companies really being transparent?
The food challenge - how can one achieve greater transparency? - Amundi
In recent decades, interest in deep-sea mining has been growing, focusing mainly on three types of deposits: polymetallic nodules, polymetallic sulphides…
Opportunities of deep-sea mining and ESG risks - Amundi
Palm oil, used mainly and on a massive scale today by the agri-food and cosmetic industries, is severely criticised.
Palm oil, the environmental dilemma - Amundi
How can one assess the corporate responsibility to protect human rights?
Human rights and business - Amundi
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), in association with Client Earth, issues guidance to pension funds on climate change.
More light, less heat: a framework for pension fund action on climate change - PLSA
As part of the government report on Growing a Culture of Social Impact Investing in the UK, MJ Hudson Allenbridge was appointed to undertake a survey of…
Social impact investment and pensions survey - DCMS
In this blog, which originally appeared on the Mallowstreet forum, Karen Shackleton, Head of Pensions for Purpose, draws out some of the market research…
A Mallowstreet blog on growing a culture of social impact investing in the UK - Pensions for Purpose
One month on after launch, Pensions for Purpose is pleased to report further growth in membership.
Pensions for Purpose continues to grow
Daniel Brewer, Managing Director of Resonance, considers the merits of a new report on social impact investment.
Music to our ears – the government report on social impact investing