Alan Martinovich, with global management consultancy Arthur D. Little, says now is the time to make intentional moves that will drive green transformation.
S&P says it is increasingly using environmental data in its credit rating analyses.
Investors with $315 billion in assets under management commit to setting net-zero goal within a year.
The regulator’s chief says he’s concerned about the greenwashing of ESG investments.
Pat Toomey and Ron Johnson say firms’ CEOs are putting personal views above their fiduciary duty.
The Financial Conduct Authority says current policies do not meet investors’ needs.
It would require companies to reveal how environmental, social, and governance metrics affect their business strategy.
The state pension fund has more than $1 billion invested in companies such as Chevron, Exxon, and ConocoPhillips.
Investors expect the consolidation will result in more consistent sustainability standards.