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Do pension funds need to become more climate friendly? - Pensions for Purpose
Doing nothing about climate change is no longer an option for pension funds, argues Karen Shackleton in the CFA Society UK blog.
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Tackling water risk in the US, where change is badly needed - Eaton Vance's Calvert
Emma Doner, ESG Research Analyst at Calvert Research and Management and Yijia Chen, ESQ Quantitative Research Analyst, Calvert Research and Management…
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Climate change growth could be worth USD 26 trillion - Robeco
Investing to limit climate change could add USD 26 trillion to the global economy, a new report says.
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The food sector's growing appetite for tech innovation - Robeco
Rising demand, changing consumer tastes and digitization are radically transforming the global food sector. Holger Frey, manager of RobecoSAM's Sustainable…
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Electric vehicles are on a charge - Robeco
Tougher anti-pollution regulations and breakthroughs in energy management and materials technology are powering the uptake of low-to-zero emission vehicles.…
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Agriculture in the low-carbon era: Why we can't wait until the cows come home - Hermes Investment Management
Maxime Le Floch, CFA, Investment Analyst at Hermes Investment Management considers the significant role agriculture has to play in mitigating climate change.
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Full cycle: investing for a circular economy - Emma Berntman, Hermes
Emma Berntman of Hermes EOS considers the 'cradle to cradle' approach
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Green finance: Europe gets serious - Richard Folland and Shuen Chan, Sustineri
Richard Folland and Shuen Chan reflect on the implications of two recent major reports for green finance
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