Analysis, Climate

Europe’s deforestation rules creep up on banks

By Thomas Helm
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Growing regulatory pressure is forcing banks to tackle deforestation risk, though experts believe they are not taking it seriously enough. 

The EU’s Deforestation Regulation and the UK’s Environment Act, which came into force in 2023 and 2021 respectively, do not apply directly to banks. However, they pose significant ...

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