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Hospitality sector launches sustainable procurement alliance

Several organisations have launched the Hospitality Alliance for Responsible Procurement (HARP) to accelerate collaboration on sustainability in the industry.


CIP banks EUR 1b for renewables spending spree

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached final close for a renewables infrastructure fund with commitments of EUR 1 billion, plus co-investments.


TCFD: largest corporations back climate disclosure

However, only a handful of corporates have fully embraced climate risk reporting best practices, the TCFD says in a new report.


GE Vernova to supply turbines for 1.7GW Chinese plant

GE Vernova and Chinese equipment manufacturer Harbin Electric have secured orders for a 1.7GW gas-fired power plant in Zhejiang province that will help to reduce emissions in the city of Zhoushan by 60%.


CDM approves first hydrogen methodology

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Executive Board approved a methodology for emission reduction through hydrogen production with renewable energy, developed by the Research Institute of the China Hydrogen Alliance.


Ireland lays out plans for EUR 100b sovereign wealth fund

Ireland laid out plans to use some of the healthiest public finances in Europe to build a EUR 100 billion sovereign wealth fund, with some focus on climate.


SBTi launches draft interim 1.5°C pathway for automakers

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has unveiled a new draft pathway for automakers to set near- and long-term targets to cut their emissions.


Masdar, partners to develop 10GW Egyptian wind project

Abu Dhabi-based energy company Masdar and its partners have signed an agreement with Egypt to build a 10GW wind project.


Google releases mapping, emissions reduction tech

Google has released a number of new technologies meant to improve transportation and energy efficiency, among other climate-related benefits.


UK solar fund secures GBP 600m in investor commitments

NextPower, the UK solar arm of NextEnergy Capital, has secured GBP 600m in commitments from investors.


JSE, Xpansiv launch VCM offer in South Africa

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), in collaboration with Xpansiv, has launched a new voluntary carbon market in South Africa.


MCFA launches second clean cooking funding round

The financing program Modern Cooking Facility for Africa (MCFA) has announced that it will open a second funding round.


HSBC launches climate technology ETF on Nasdaq

The HSBC Nasdaq Global Climate Tech UCITS ETF, listed on the London Stock Exchange, will track the Nasdaq CTA Global Climate Technology Index to offer investors broad exposure to the climate technology ecosystem.


Indian banks assess carbon risk of loan book

India's largest banks have begun to audit their own and borrowers' carbon footprint as they try to mitigate financial risks amid growing pressure from regulators and investors on ESG reporting.


World Bank approves green reforms, appeals for funds

The World Bank has officially expanded its mission to include climate change, while pushing ahead with reforms that could unlock additional funding and cheaper loans for green projects. In his first major speech since taking office, President Ajay Banga said a set of measures to stretch its balance sheet could allow the bank to increase lending by up to $15.7 billion a year.


ExxonMobil to merge with Pioneer Natural Resources

Oil giant ExxonMobil agreed to buy the shale group Pioneer Natural Resources for $59.5bn in a deal that places a vast bet on a future for fossil fuel production.


Marubeni pledges to invest GBP 10b in UK clean energy

Marubeni Corporation has entered into an agreement with the UK Government to cooperate on GBP 10 billion of investments into clean energy projects.


easyJet partners with Airbus on carbon removal

easyJet has become the world's first airline to ink a deal with Airbus for its carbon removal initiative.


Canadian Alliance for Net-Zero Agri-food launches

A group of agriculture and food companies is launching a national alliance to work toward achieving net zero in Canada's agri-food sector by 2050.


Macquarie seeks USD 11b for Asia-Pacific infrastructure

Macquarie Asset Management is in talks with investors to raise as much as USD 11.5 billion for a trio of funds dedicated to Asia-Pacific infrastructure, global renewables and energy transition.

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