Invest with purpose. Understand climate change as a force of change.
At a time of change such as we face now, it is all the more important to invest with purpose. Investors need breadth and depth of insight to enable better investment decision making.
Real and anticipated changes in the world’s climate are having significant implications for governments, companies and consumers. How can we make sense of these changes in investment portfolios?
- think investors are thinking too narrowly about climate change when it comes to portfolios*
A climate of unrest
Changes in the world’s climate are having vast impacts across a range of areas. But are we measuring the right components? What about the social implications of the transition to ‘net zero’? We consider the complexity of the energy transition, and we shine a particular light on agriculture, and explore its environmental fallout.
Global research analyst, utilities
Head of impact, equities
Responsible investment analyst
How to manage climate change in a portfolio?
Sustainable Global Equity
An actively managed global equity strategy investing for the long term in companies that demonstrate attractive investment attributes and sustainable business practices.
An actively managed, thematic equity strategy which seeks to invest globally in companies contributing towards a ‘greener’ future for our planet.
Your capital may be at risk. The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the original amount invested. This is a financial promotion.
*Source: LinkedIn poll, 52 respondents