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A brief introduction to the Environmental Markets

9 Sep 2022

The SEC’s imperfect solution to an important issue

Our reaction to the SEC’s proposed rules on ESG disclosures and fund names.

25 Aug 2022

What the Inflation Reduction Act means for climate-focused investors

Our initial reflections on a package of real economy policies that should help unlock private investment in the sustainable transition

22 Aug 2022

Strategies

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Global Opportunities Strategy

We believe the transition to a more sustainable global economy provides a helpful backdrop to construct high conviction, low turnover equity portfolios that are well positioned to achieve long term capital growth.

Leaders Strategy

All-cap global equities with material exposure to Environmental Markets.

US Environmental Leaders Strategy

All-cap US equities with material exposure to Environmental Markets.

US Large Cap Strategy

Focused on companies with strong prospects and attractive valuations.

Pax World Funds

Mutual funds focusing on the investment risks and opportunities arising from the transition to a more sustainable global economy.

Stemming biodiversity loss

Investors have an important role to play in tackling the global biodiversity crisis.

Outlook 2022: The journey towards a sustainable economy takes flight

From ambitious climate pledges to inflationary and supply chain pressures, here are the key themes that we believe will shape global markets over the coming year.

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We’re delighted to welcome Charlie Donovan as Senior Economic Advisor. Charlie will contribute to our thought leadership and provide insights on North American policy developments with a focus on the energy transition.

In this video, produced in partnership with @Citywire Impax Founder and CEO @IanSimm1 discusses biodiversity, net zero, and other key themes shaping global markets as we transition to a more sustainable economy.

For professional investors
http://ow.ly/P2JI50Krfs6

We agree that investors need more clarity on sustainability-related criteria. We don’t agree that the SEC’s proposed rules on ESG disclosures and fund names are needed to achieve their goals. Julie Gorte explains why.

For professional investors
http://ow.ly/IHRW50KrRZ7

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