Insights

  • Mar232022

    Sancroft Insight: March 2022

    In case any further evidence were needed that global markets have well and truly embraced the need for climate-related financial…

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  • Mar222022

    A more beautiful game: Sustainability in football comes of age

    2021 was in many ways a breakthrough year for sustainability in the Premier League and English football: #GameZero, billed as…

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  • Mar142022

    Mandatory value chain due diligence in the EU

    A new proposal has been adopted in Europe that will require companies to identify and root out negative human rights…

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  • Mar142022

    Putin thought he could hold the world to ransom

    The inconvenience of upholding moral standards when weighed against need and interest has never been in sharper focus.  By many…

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  • Feb072022

    Sancroft Insight: February 2022

    Welcome to the latest Sancroft newsletter. The sustainability world lost a quiet hero last week with the death of Sir…

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  • Feb072022

    We can’t fake our way to sustainability

    I have a confession to make: I am a Theranos obsessive, one of the legions of people finding morbid fascination…

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  • Jan312022

    2022 Predictions

    As we turn the page on 2021, we reflect on another unpredictable year in which we saw: businesses overtake governments…

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  • Mar262021

    Sancroft Insight: March 2021

    March comes with the promise of new ‘green investment’ through the UK Chancellor’s latest budget provisions. Included are green bonds,…

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  • Mar262021

    UN PRI’s New Reporting Framework – what are the big changes to expect?

    In recent years the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) has grown into one of the most significant initiatives in…

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  • Mar242021

    The clock is ticking with One Year to go on the Plastic Tax.

    We are, only a year away from the Plastic Tax and it is all getting threateningly real.  And there is…

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