This week in ESG news: Apple urges suppliers to decarbonize by 2030; UK regulator unveils sustainable disclosure and label rules to tackle greenwashing; BlackRock launches unit targeting low carbon transition opportunities; EU proposes that all new buildings be zero emission by 2030; Norway requires state-owned companies to set science-based emissions targets; Deloitte survey finds greenwashing risk top of mind for corporate execs; Air France-KLM announces one of the largest-ever sustainable aviation fuel supply deals; Mondelez to invest $1 billion in sustainable cocoa initiative; GFANZ drops Race to Zero requirement for members; EU lawmakers reach agreement to require all new cars to be zero emission by 2035, and more.

See below for the highlights of the past week, and get all your ESG news at ESG Today:

Sustainability Goals, Initiatives and Achievements

Apple to Track Suppliers’ Emissions, Targeting a Decarbonized Supply Chain by 2030

Amazon Facility on Track to be First Ever Zero Carbon Certified Fulfillment Center

Mondelez Ramps Investment in Sustainable Cocoa Initiatives to $1 Billion

Ørsted, WWF Partner to Address Biodiversity Impact of Offshore Wind Deployment

IHS Towers to Invest Over $200 Million on New Emissions Reduction Strategy

$37 Trillion Group Calls on 1,000 Businesses to Set Science-Based Climate Targets

Guest Post: Rethinking Corporate Sustainability in a World Running Out of Time

Government & Regulators

EU to Require All New Cars to be Zero Emission by 2035

UK Regulator Targets Greenwashing with New Sustainable Investment Labels and Disclosure Rules

EU Member States Call on Major Economies to Ramp Climate Goals Ahead of COP27

Norway to Require State-Owned Companies to Set Science-Based Climate Targets

EU Markets Regulator Adds ESG Disclosure to its Key Priorities

EU Proposes Rules Requiring All New Buildings to be Zero Emission by 2030

ESG Reporting & Disclosure

Guest Post: You Heard Scope 3 Emissions Tracking is Optional – Here’s Why That’s Totally Wrong

ESG Services and Tools

Hong Kong Exchange Launches Voluntary Carbon Market

ESG Investing

Robeco Targets “Massive Opportunity” for Biodiversity Investments with New Equities Strategy

Guest Post – ESG Investing for Hedge Funds: Growing & Advancing

Sustainable Finance

Mark Carney-led GFANZ Drops Requirement for Race to Zero Commitment for Members

RBC Sets Goals to Reduce Emissions in Loan Book

Societe Generale Sets €300 Billion Sustainable Finance Target, Offers CSR Training to all Employees

Triodos Commits to Reduce Emissions in Loan Book and Investments 32% by 2030

Deutsche Bank Sets Scope 3 Emissions Reduction Targets for Carbon-Intensive Sectors

Private Equity & Venture Capital

CDPQ Announces $474 Million Investment in Japan Renewables Developer Shizen Energy

Energy Transition

IEA: Fossil Fuels Peak in All Scenarios as Clean Energy Investments Soar

Air-France-KLM Announces One of Largest-Ever Sustainable Aviation Fuel Supply Deals

GM Sources Renewable Energy to Power 100% of U.S. Operations

Exec Moves

BlackRock Hires McKinsey Sustainability Leader to Head New Climate Transition Opportunities Unit

Reports, Studies & Surveys

Greenwashing Top of Mind for Execs, as War & Inflation Threaten Corporate Climate Progress: Deloitte

UN Report Finds Global Climate Plans Insufficient to Hit 1.5 Degree Goal

BCG Survey: Only 10% of Companies Fully Measuring Emissions

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