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The results of the Bank of England’s (BoE) inaugural climate risk-related stress testing exercise, the Climate Biennial Exploratory...
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Driven by concerns about greenwashing, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued two new ESG-related proposals that...
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On May 23, 2022, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges against an investment adviser for misstatements and...
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What are the key differences between the SEC’s proposal and the TCFD, and how can affected businesses prepare?  The US Securities and...
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Recent developments in the United States underscore the continued salience of “greenwashing” on the agendas of both public and private...
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Are the guidelines a credible basis for ESG evaluation and reporting? In a great example of public-private collaboration, CERDS (or the...
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Earlier this month we reported that the ESAs had asked the Commission various questions relating to SFDR and Taxonomy - see post....
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Take a look at this related cross-practice blog post.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has updated its Regulatory Initiatives Grid for May 2022, setting out the UK regulatory pipeline...
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Last week, a federal district court in Illinois addressed greenwashing claims arising from a putative class action lawsuit alleging that...
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From recommending personalised content on social media platforms to designing work schedules for motorcycle couriers, algorithms are...
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Introduction On 18 May 2022, the European Commission presented its €300 billion REPowerEU plan to cut the EU fully loose from its largest...
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On 12 May 2022, the UK Government published a Call for Evidence to support the development of an update to the UK’s Green Finance...
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The European Supervisory Authorities ('ESAs') have submitted a list of questions to the European Commission about the interpretation of...
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It is becoming increasingly common in certain markets – notably the UK, Europe, US and Australia - for shareholders to put climate...
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In 2021, the total installed capacity of offshore wind energy in the Netherlands was around 2.5 gigawatts (GW). By 2023, this should...