Tag Archives: sustainable finance

Corporate Sustainability Reporting And Blockchain  

By | January 10, 2024

Fostering sustainability in financial and economic activity has become one of the key priorities of policymakers and regulators around the world. In this direction, the recently enacted Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)1 is a cornerstone of the European Union’s policy to achieve a sustainable economy, environment, and society. Through greater disclosure and transparency, the CSRD… Read More »

Environmental Externalities of Corporate Culture: Evidence from Firm Pollution 

By | January 8, 2024

In recent decades, there has been a marked increase in concerns about the adverse environmental impacts of corporate production activities. This heightened awareness stems from the growing threats posed by climate change, resource depletion, and ecological degradation. As companies continue to prioritize profit maximization and shareholder value, their toxic emissions have come under scrutiny. These… Read More »

Challenges to climate finance taxonomies and cross border flows 

By | June 5, 2023

There is an urgent need to mobilize global capital for climate action, particularly in emerging markets. Songwe, Stern, and Bhattacharya (2022) estimate that developing countries, excluding China, will need to spend approximately $1 trillion per year by 2025 and around $2.4 trillion per year by 2030 on sustainability and transition-related investments. To meet China’s carbon… Read More »