How investors can perform decarbonisation analysis
The ongoing low-carbon transition creates investment opportunities, but also poses material investment risks if not managed effectively.
The role of hydrogen in the energy transition: A complementary option, not a silver bullet
The potential for hydrogen to play an important role in the transition to a low-carbon economy is increasingly of interest to investors.
Sustainable investing outlook: Themes set to shape the second half of 2023
Learn more about how sustainable investment themes will shape the remainder of 2023 with this outlook from J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Sustainable Insights for Food Price Inflation
Discover sustainable investment opportunities, insights, and solutions offered by JP Morgan for rising food prices, food security, & future food inflation.
Climate adaptation: How private investors can support adaptation in nature and ecosystems
How private investors can support adaptation in nature and ecosystems.
Mining and the energy transition
With the global transition to an energy system based on renewables expected to lead to a sharp increase in demand for critical minerals, the mining sector may provide attractive investment opportunities.
Combining machine learning and engagement to evaluate ESG in China
Discover more about how we combine our machine learning tools and engagement with other parties for ESG assessment in China. Read the case study now.
Climate adaptation: Adapting to a warmer planet
How private investors can participate in evolving investment opportunities as cities adapt to climate risks.
Value investing and ESG: Every sector matters
Discover how value investing strategies can provide fertile ground for investors to build effective ESG portfolios, without the need for blanket exclusions.
ESG and bonds
Dispelling fixed income and ESG myths: Survey shows bonds offer great potential to engage issuers on ESG. Discover opportunities for fixed-income investment.
ESG Outlook 2023: Sustainable investing in the era of chaos
The debate around what sustainable investing is, and particularly around what it isn’t, is expected to continue into 2023.
What do recent developments in energy policy mean for investors?
Energy policy is gathering momentum around the world. A series of major policy initiatives in the US are prompting European leaders to consider their own regulatory initiatives, with both regions looking to loosen China’s current grip on many key components of the renewable energy ecosystem.
Timberland outlook: Demand remains strong
Learn more about how investing in Timberland assets can help investors with reliable income returns and capital appreciation as well as hedging inflation.
Transportation outlook: Navigating supply chain shifts
Explore our Transportation Industry Outlook to find out how external factors such as disrupted supply chains are expected to impact performance over 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.
The ESG landscape in Europe
Read our ESG survey report to explore ESG investment trends and find out how investors expect their sustainable investing allocations to evolve.
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.
The role of nuclear power in the energy transition
Nuclear power has long been a topic of often heated debate. Although it remains a meaningful component of the global energy mix, accounting for about 10% of electricity production worldwide, some doubts about its sustainability remain.
Red hot inflation is not distracting the central banks from going green
With global inflation soaring high, policymakers are caught in a difficult place. Read more about the central banks and climate change amidst inflation.
Alternative assets and climate change
Alternatives have the potential to be a game-changer for investors as they look to take action to mitigate climate risk, reduce portfolio emissions and maintain attractive long-term yields. Global Head of Alternatives Anton Pil and Global Head of Sustainable Investing Jennifer Wu explore the reasons why.
Sovereign emissions - Facts, uncertainties and best practice
Explore our best practices for integrating sovereign emissions data into portfolios for investors interested in mitigating risk and making an impact.
China equity and ESG investing: China’s sustainable future
Investing sustainably in China isn’t a black and white issue. While some investors will be put off by China’s headline record on environmental or social issues, a closer look reveals a much more nuanced picture, with many Chinese companies ranking favourably in ESG terms compared to their peers in the US, or even in Europe. In this sense, it’s not the market itself, but what lies within, that’s important.