Category Archives for Transparency & Accountability

MAPPING GARMENT INDUSTRY FUNDING IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS OF THE ESG REPORTING OF BANKS

MAPPING GARMENT INDUSTRY FUNDING IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS OF THE ESG REPORTING OF BANKS

POLICY BRIEF ON ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) COMPLIANCE IN CAMBODIAN FINANCE AND BANKING

POLICY BRIEF ON ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) COMPLIANCE IN CAMBODIAN FINANCE AND BANKING

RESEARCH ON ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) COMPLIANCE IN CAMBODIAN FINANCE AND BANKING

RESEARCH ON ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) COMPLIANCE IN CAMBODIAN FINANCE AND BANKING

POLICY PAPER ON CROSS-BORDER INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND THE ROLE OF FINANCE

POLICY PAPER ON CROSS-BORDER INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND THE ROLE OF FINANCE

RESEARCH ON CROSS-BORDER INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE

RESEARCH ON CROSS-BORDER INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE

PAPER INDUSTRY IN JAPAN – CASES OF RGE GROUP PULP FIELD COMPANIES

PAPER INDUSTRY IN JAPAN – CASES OF RGE GROUP PULP FIELD COMPANIES

GREEN FINANCING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN CAMBODIA

GREEN FINANCING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN CAMBODIA

A FUTURE WITHOUT COAL: BANKING ON ASIA’S JUST ENERGY TRANSITION

A FUTURE WITHOUT COAL: BANKING ON ASIA’S JUST ENERGY TRANSITION

Fair Finance Asia’s latest study reveals continued growth in Asia’s coal sector even after the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015 due to financing by banks and investors operating in the region. In the…
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY – A FUTURE WITHOUT COAL: BANKING ON ASIA’S JUST ENERGY TRANSITION

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY – A FUTURE WITHOUT COAL: BANKING ON ASIA’S JUST ENERGY TRANSITION

This covers the key findings and recommendations of Fair Finance Asia’s new regional study which focuses on the role of the Asian financial sector in the region’s just energy transition. Overall, the Fair Finance Asia…
CASE STUDY: SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICIES OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN TWO COAL-FIRED POWER PROJECTS

CASE STUDY: SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICIES OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN TWO COAL-FIRED POWER PROJECTS