Impakter interviews key speakers at The Economist's 8th Annual World Ocean Summit and reports on the main panel discussions. This plenary panel, featuring Carlos Duarte (Marine Ecologist), Chip Cunliffe (Director of Sustainable Development, AXA), Carol Phua (Global Coral Reef Initiative Manager),

China is set to launch the world’s largest carbon emissions trading scheme by 2025. Carbon trading schemes have been on several countries’ agendas, but their execution has been limited due to fiduciary, technical, and implementation challenges. Pakistan has abundant potential

In my professional life, I am privileged to work with central banks and other financial regulators who recognize the financial stability risks associated with climate change and environmental degradation. From broad strategies to more targeted policies, members of the Alliance

Only one month after Rishi Sunak’s announcement of the UK’s first-ever Green Gilt, have the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a highly-anticipated Energy White Paper. For those of us not versed in the inner-workings of parliamentary activity;

Impact investing has become a fast-growing trend over the last few years, which is a good thing. Perspectives differ, however, on exactly what impact investing is. The most commonly accepted definition is that it seeks “positive impact alongside a financial

A recent statement from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced plans to intensify financial cooperation between Singapore and China, and green finance is at the core of these plans. This comes at a time that seems fitting. Especially

Pymwymic is a venture capitalist firm and cooperative (co-owned) movement of European Wealth owners looking to pioneer an industry-wide conversion to impact investing. They are striving to open people’s eyes to the positive impact that investment can have on the

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