Mitigating Risk and Adding Value
Research shows that Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors have financial impact – and integrating these factors into investment analysis and portfolio construction can mitigate risk and add value.
Investing can be a powerful force for change
Corporate net zero: we need a more sophisticated approach
The private sector holds the key to decarbonising the economy over the next quarter century.
Climate Action: President Biden’s First 100 Days Bring Historic Reset
Joe Keefe discusses Washington’s new momentum on climate change.
Built-in Bias: What Investors Should Know
How companies and investors can spot bias in technology and take steps to eradicate it.
Liquid asset: transforming water from a systemic and unpriced global risk to a measurable opportunity
Water is a human necessity, but it is also a systemic and unpriced global challenge with significant economic and societal risks.
China’s Five-Year Plan: a missed opportunity or more to come?
Big things were expected on the climate agenda at the National People’s Congress. So how did environmental objectives fare, and do we now have more clarity on China’s route to net zero?
To Find Climate Change Solutions, Add Diversity
A growing body of research shows that when it comes to creating solutions to climate change, gender diversity matters.
Mutual funds focused on the risks and opportunities arising from the transition to a more sustainable global economy.