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ESG Funds Rake in Capital — But for How Long?
4 May 2022
Investors continue to pump money into ESG-themed funds even after the market faced its worst slump since 1970. Bloomberg is reporting that investors last week put more than $1.2 billion into ESG-focus...
State Street Debuts 2 Paris-Aligned ETFs
23 April 2022
One is a reorganization of ‘LOWC,' the other a fresh fund.
Low Carbon ETF Soon to Get a Facelift
21 April 2022
The SPDR MSCI ACWI Low Carbon Target ETF (LOWC) is heading for some big changes, and those alterations could arrive as soon as Friday, April 22. As was previously announced, State Street Global Adviso...
State Street Climate ETF Gets Makeover
19 April 2022
The revised ETF will take a more differentiated angle.
Amid Climate Fund Enthusiasm, Look at LOWC
14 April 2022
Climate funds, a burgeoning subsector of the broader environmental, social, and governance (ESG) space, are attracting more assets and attention from investors. Over time, that should be positive for ...
Global Regulators Push Banks to Disclose Carbon Emissions
1 April 2022
Global regulators are pushing for banks and institutional investors to disclose carbon emissions linked to their loans and investments. On Thursday, the International Sustainability Standards Board pu...
Decarbonization Efforts Are Increasingly Meaningful
1 April 2022
Russia's war against Ukraine is reminding governments and investors about the importance of energy security as a pillar of broader national security objectives. The conflict is also serving as an aven...
Long-Term Allure With LOWC
28 March 2022
Russia's instigated war with Ukraine is putting energy security in the spotlight for a number of nations, including the U.S. and many throughout Europe. There are multiple points of view emerging.
Leveraging LOWC for Carbon Reduction Expenditures
23 March 2022
More corporations and governments are prioritizing carbon reduction efforts, but these are long-ranging, capital-intensive plans. That's not necessarily a bad thing.