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28. How the Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Complicates Climate Action and What Companies Can Do

September 1, 2022

AUGUST 25, 2022 The Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. EPA clips the EPA’s ability to address climate change and may fundamentally alter the administrative authority of other federal agencies to tackle big problems.  As state and local governments find ways to fill the void, shareholders are demanding a response from Corporate America. How seismic […]

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26. Why Are Green Bonds All the Rage, and What’s in it for Business?

April 22, 2022

March 2022 Finance is finally catching up with the environmental movement. Green bonds, which are debt raised by companies whose proceeds are used for environmentally beneficial purposes, are all the rage. More of them are being sold than ever before. But not all green products are equal, and the politics and regulation are complex. Why […]

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24. Could Proposed Laws in the U.S. and EU Help Save the Planet?

February 12, 2022

January 2022 Momentum on climate action is unstoppable. Investors, businesses, and the public are demanding policymakers get serious about reducing emissions. Legislation from the U.S. and EU offers challenges and incentives for businesses worldwide. How will these proposed laws impact companies, and importantly, can they deliver on the promise of making tangible progress in the […]

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