17 December 2021 | Legal Framework for Impact: embedding climate action in financial regulation

By Laxmi Aeshwarya Kumar, Project Specialist, UNEP FI, and Freya Bannochie, Policy Analyst, UK, PRI

The COP26 summit in Glasgow has brought the climate crisis sharply into focus. In order to deliver on the Paris Agreement, all factions of industry and society must work together to sufficiently limit global warming to 1.5°C. This year’s COP has seen a marked focus on the financial sector, with stakeholders from both- public and private realms of finance joining the discussion. Keep reading.


29 October 2021 | Does the law support investing for sustainability impact?

By Juliane Hilf, Timothy Wilkins and David Rouch, Partners, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Following the IPCC’s ‘code red’ report, COP26 marks a crucial moment in governmental attempts to tackle climate change. In this article, we explain how our research is helping to advance legal and policy thinking around two of the UN climate summit’s four pillars – ‘mobilizing finance’ and ‘collaboration’. Keep reading.