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Quarterly News - Q1 2019

30 March 2019

Responsible Investment News

We have selected the following news stories from the first quarter of 2019. Please click on the titles of the news stories which are active links.

Don’t forget to also check the News section of our website for the latest blog posts from our research team. Since January we’ve covered responsible investment taxonomy, palm oil and artificial intelligence.

Responsible Investment:

Impact investment universe grows to $502bn via

EU sets out plan for investor sustainability disclosure rules via IPE

How the EU learned to love sustainable finance: the inside story of the HLEG via LSE

Ethical Issues:

UK councils invest £566m in arms firms linked to Yemen war via Guardian

From cookstoves to carbon markets: how blockchain is supercharging sustainability via Ethical Corporation

Modern slavery is more than an ‘ethical issue’ to investors via BHRRC


Majority of European firms have no CO2 reduction targets via Guardian

EU singles out palm oil for removal from transport fuel via Reuters

Climate strike: 15 standout signs from the global student protests via Independent


British American Tobacco to cough up more than £400m following landmark ruling via Yahoo

UK employers run down clock on gender pay deadline via FT

Women are leading change in the alternative investment sector via Good With Money

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