Global climate change and its impact is a central challenge for business and political leadership in countries around the world. Euromoney Institutional Investor covers the industries that are at the centre of the impact, and the industries that are trying to provide support for positive change. Across our brands, we bring together experts who can dive deeply into their specialties to help understand more clearly what is happening and what happens next in global climate finance.
GlobalCapital has been reporting from the vanguard of sustainability in capital markets since the concept was first mooted, all the way up until now and COP26 — the event that many are calling the financial COP. We will have reporters on the ground in Glasgow bringing the very latest developments in sustainable finance and policy and what they mean for the capital markets, as well as capturing the latest thinking from around global markets on how to tackle the climate crisis at the very moment that green finance goes mainstream.
The financial sector has a huge role to play in all aspects of climate change, be it sustainable finance or the road to net-zero.
Insurance Insider sheds light on the impact of climate change on the return models of the (re)insurance industry, and how (re)insurers are placed to insure the transition to a net-zero society.
IFLR is uniquely positioned to look at the international legislation that will be developed at COP26 as those in attendance look to fund the innovation necessary to properly implement climate change. The financial sector has a huge role to play in all aspects of climate change, be it sustainable finance or the road to net-zero, and the laws that govern the sector play an incredibly important part of that.
IJGlobal is at the forefront of the infrastructure industries and will be tracking how investors - more specifically renewable investors - respond to political measures at COP26 to address climate resolutions and what investment opportunities will flow from it.
ITR is uniquely placed to offer in-depth analysis of tax policies that can help reduce carbon emissions and ease the transition to a zero carbon economy in the future. Tax will be a crucial part of the solution. As part of its coverage of COP26, ITR will be talking to industry leaders about the crucial role of carbon taxation in tackling climate change particularly the implications for businesses.
Euromoney has been reporting on the most important developments in banking and capital markets for more than 50 years. Today, tackling the impact of climate change is perhaps the most important challenge facing the industry and its clients. Euromoney has provided in-depth coverage of the current state of both the regulatory and financial response to the climate crisis in our "Road to COP26" coverage throughout October, and will now be broadcasting regular podcasts from the conference itself along with coverage of both live and virtual events.
Airfinance Journal is a news service established in 1979 to detail the latest financings, analysis and data relating to airlines, aircraft leasing companies and manufacturers. AFJ will cover the transportation section of the COP26 climate summit to understand how global governments will support the aviation sector’s transition to zero carbon by 2050. Accelerating efforts to achieve this target will require vast amounts of capital, but airlines are swimming in debt and struggling to improve cash flow. How will governments help finance this much-needed energy transition? Will governments incentivise non-conventional fuels derived from organic products (sustainable fuels) or fund research and development to reduce emissions through electrification or hydrogen propulsion?