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Q&A series: What are Scope 3 emissions and why are they important?
Debbie JonesLiam FitzpatrickLuke Templeman
Regulatory and corporate disclosure requirements aimed at reducing GHG emissions are increasing.
Regulatory and corporate disclosure requirements aimed at reducing GHG emissions are increasing. More requirements and incentives will no doubt be needed to be introduced if governments intend to make good on their stated environmental commitments. [more]
The first half of this report examines the most important ESG issues last quarter and how they grew and changed. While health and inequality remain key issues, the biggest growth issue in the US was "justice systems". [more]
As the pursuit of alignment with ESG considerations is increasingly shaping investor fund management strategies, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of ESG for Company Research Debbie Jones explains what this means for market sector analysis and how regulation is shifting capital towards more sustainable investment objectives. [more]
Listen to a podcast episode where we discuss the highlights from a recent ESG conference where sustainability leaders and asset managers discussed key ESG topics as part of focused panels and presentations. [more]
If green hydrogen is to make a significant contribution to climate-friendly energy supply in the future, it will need to be produced (1) in large quantities, (2) cost-efficiently and (3) using low-carbon methods. [more]