31st May 2022 News

G7 Commits to Ramp Hydrogen, Decarbonize Electricity Sectors

Energy and climate officials from G7 countries Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, the U.S. and the EU, discussed “triple global crisis climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution,” as well as the implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine to energy security and committed to “predominantly decarbonised” electricity sectors by 2035.Read more

Aviva Investors Cuts Carbon Intensity of £47 Billion Real Asset Portfolio by 25%

The company updated that it has achieved a near 25% reduction in the carbon intensity of its direct investments, and surpassed its five-year goal to finance £1 billion of climate transition-focused loans by 2025.Read more

ESG Chronicle Team