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COP27: Inconsistent progress on fossil fuels shows need for flexibility

Reports published at COP27 suggest slow but steady progress by banks on interim sector targets for net zero. But political reality, particularly in the US, requires a delicate approach.


  • Sponsored by Commercial International Bank (CIB)
    Sustainable finance is growing across the Africa and the Middle East region, home to countries most vulnerable to climate change and dependent on fossil fuels. In an interview, Dr. Dalia Abdelkader, chief sustainability officer at Commercial International Bank (CIB), gives her view on the progress being made across the region, and the role of the CSO in helping to drive this.



  • Can mining make the sustainability transition?

    Among industries that have a big impact on the environment, mining is one of the most impactful. As mainstream banks and investors increasingly question their commitment to miners, one specialist investor is seeing an opportunity and believes the industry is beginning to change, adopting new approaches to reduce its impact and be more sustainable, writes Claire Landon.
  • Geothermal power - tapping the heat beneath our feet

    There is enough geothermal energy under the earth’s crust to power the world. The problem is funding. Capex needs, project risk and first-of-its-kind technology have left geothermal overlooked and underappreciated. Jamie Beard and Project InnerSpace are hoping to change that, writes Steven Gilmore.
  • Macro volatility rocks renewables rollout

    Decades of low rates and falling cost-curves were key to making renewables competitive, helping channel billions of dollars into green energy projects. Amid soaring inflation and the most rapid interest rate rise in history, concern is growing that economic turmoil could sap momentum from the energy transition, writes Steven Gilmore.
  • LSF: The long road to an African repo market

    A groundbreaking repo facility for African sovereign Eurobonds was completed in time for a debut trade as COP27 took place. The road to closing the deal was far from simple.
  • Red, blue or green: the battle over the ESG consensus

    With anti-ESG sentiment on the rise amid a global financial tightening, is it time for investors to listen to the anti-woke agenda or double down on social responsibility?
  • Barclays Private Bank on the missing voice at COP27

    Euromoney meets Damian Payiatakis, Barclays Private Bank’s head of sustainable and impact investing, to talk about how quiet private wealth has been so far at the UN Climate Change Conference.
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Creating carbon credits from soil is a messy business beset by challenges. But practitioners are confident that a combination of innovative technology and quality protocols will help unleash a market with transformative potential, writes Steven Gilmore.
International financial institutions have an important role supporting the sustainable transition of African countries in parallel with their economic growth and development. To achieve this, their work in facilitating the flow of sustainable finance across the continent is critical, writes Claire Landon.