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U.S. regulator urges a price on carbon to stem climate risks

“Financial markets will only be able to channel resources efficiently to activities that reduce greenhouse gas emissions if an economy-wide price on carbon is in place at a level that reflects the true social cost of those emissions,” says a new report from a key U.S. government regulator. 

Credit Suisse rolls out sustainable oceans equity fund

ImpactAlpha, September 9 – Credit Suisse is launching an investment fund this month to help clients invest in pollution prevention, the low-carbon transition and ocean conservation, Citywire Selector reports. The Swiss bank is partnering with Rockefeller Asset Management and the nonprofit Ocean Foundation, which is helping define the fund’s impact and scope. Credit Suisse’s did

Another rule from the Department of Labor, another attack on ESG investing

The DOL "is trying to shield irresponsible corporate leaders from the consequences of their actions by undermining basic tenets of shareholder democracy and responsible corporate governance,” says Majority Action’s Eli Kasargod-Staub.

Farmers Business Network spins off GRO Network to track agricultural carbon

ImpactAlpha, September 8 – A new venture from California-based agtech company Farmers Business Network is tracking the carbon footprint of grains. GRO Network’s aim is to help regenerative farms get premium pricing for sustainably grown crops and connect with buyers like Unilever and biorefinery Poet. “The end result of this shared effort is to both accelerate