Five reasons why sustainability matters even more in 2023
The debate around what sustainable investing is, and particularly around what it isn’t, is expected to continue into 2023.
How innovative data science identifies material ESG risk before it hits markets
Evaluating a company’s exposure to environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk is an investment essential. But accessing reliable and timely information can be a challenge, given corporate transparency is uneven, and consistent global regulatory standards are still a work in progress. Now, data science is helping to provide the information investors need.
Climate adaptation: Adapting to a warmer planet
With global warming on the rise, it is important for investors to know about adapting to climate impacts. Learn more about climate adaptation and investing.
The power of active engagement
Investor engagement can help companies minimise their exposure to financially material risks, including environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, and maximise their long-term potential. However, to be effective – particularly in this period of rapid technological advancement and societal change – investors need to focus their engagement on the issues where they can have the greatest impact.
ESG Outlook 2022: Asset class views
When assessing financial performance and investment risk, sustainability has become a key factor. Explore our expert opinions on ESG investing trends.
ESG Outlook 2022: The future of ESG investing
Investors are looking for sustainable investment strategies that include ESG factors. Explore five reasons why the future of ESG investing is long lasting.
Achieving net zero: The path to a carbon-neutral world
Governments are aligning behind the goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050, but dramatic changes to the global economy will be required to get us there. Learn more about the policies and innovations that could pave the way to a carbon-neutral world.