This year, the final declaration has a special character. In a way, the G20 is formalising its ESG policy. The forum is expanding to include the African Union and potentially other regional partners, confirming the need to better represent a multifocal vision of the world. The [...]
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The green revolution has begun. Here are two readings to help you question our relationship with nature and the plant world. La nature n’est pas un selfie (French language) Mollat's summer reading favourites Author: Jérôme Ballet Published on : 02/06/2023 Publisher(s): le Bord de [...]
The agricultural and forestry sectors: how does Europe intend to use its assets to decarbonise the continent?Positivéco2023-08-08T11:37:37+02:00
Europe expects a great deal from its agricultural and forestry sector if the Green Deal is to succeed. At EU level, the land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) sector must produce 310 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent in net removals by 2030. Agriculture and forestry are the [...]
The Paulson Institute puts forward solutions based on the opening of markets, finance and green finance, the heart of its area of influence. What is the Paulson Institute and what is its mission? Created in 2011, the Paulson Institute presents itself as a "think and do tank" dedicated [...]
SPOT inspection campaign by the AMF: 3 priorities to improve sustainability commitment compliance by asset management companiesPositivéco2023-08-08T11:34:43+02:00
The European Commission has made sustainable finance one of the priorities of the Capital Markets Union, and a pillar in the drive to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. To raise the investment needed to meet the challenges of the Paris Agreement, the European Union adopted its "Sustainable Finance Action Plan" [...]
Esther Duflo, who holds the 'Poverty and Public Policy' chair at the Collège de France and pioneered an empirical approach to the fight against extreme poverty, is co-recipient of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics. Who is Esther Duflo? After studying at the ENS and the EHESS, [...]
In this new series, Positivéco puts the spotlight on the influencers to follow. To tackle the monumental Emmanuel Faber, we read his book Ouvrir une voie (‘Paving a Way’), published by Editions Paulsen (in French). Emmanuel Faber testifies about the difficulty of reconciling social and economic [...]
The summit featured a first-rate panel of speakers. They took to the podium to share their thoughts on finance, the market and their role in society, and to try to establish a link with the necessary management of the common good. The 3rd Common Good Summit [...]
Part 2 2023 marks the halfway point in the global journey towards implementing the United Nations 2030 Agenda. In July 2022, the UN published The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022. In our previous article, we summarised for you the state of progress in implementing these goals in Europe, and [...]
ESMA published a Supervisory Briefing that develops guidelines to combat greenwashing by creating common supervisory criteria for national supervisory authorities. Part five The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has identified the risk of an increase in greenwashing linked to European regulations and wants to address this. [...]