When Trump tweets and markets yo-yo, your Green Bonds are all good.
Subsidizing fossil fuel companies in the face of rapid climate change is like spraying jet fuel on a burning home.
At the recent meeting of presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, climate change was sidelined in favour of trade and national security discussions.
With no clear ideological direction, the White House appears to be paralyzed when it comes to the Paris Climate Accord.
Environmental protection is not something that can be left to the ups and downs of oil prices and other market whims.
When a U.S. President can impact stock valuation and sway public dialogue in just 140 characters, what’s a brand to do?
We have survived other environmentally reckless administrations and we know from experience that we can weather this one too.
With German elections this year, how far will Chancellor Angela Merkel, who faces national elections this year, want to push on international climate leadership.