Ethical investing needs a lifeline…fast
Recent weeks have not been friendly to ESG investing. Questionable performance and an increasing amount of bad press has put this approach to capital allocation under global scrutiny. The real question right now is: will ESG investing survive the decade? Read the latest thinking on this topic by exploring the collection below.
Investors urgently need to scale up investment in climate mitigation and adaptation. There is currently a $1.7 trillion investment gap, presenting plenty of opportunities.
Carbon markets serve the purpose of assigning a monetary value to carbon emissions, channelling capital towards viable solutions for mitigating climate change.
This paper explores how Bitcoin can – if at all – be used to support the implementation of ESG frameworks, given the growing need for ethical capital.
The authors argue that integrating sustainability and ESG concepts into the investment process is valuable and important and should not be politically motivated.
In statehouses across America, politicians have proposed or passed legislation restricting the state from doing business with companies that practice ESG.
In the context of climate change, scenario modelling enables financial institutions and regulators to investigate the impact of different climate futures.
The paper studies a natural experiment in responsible investment conducted by the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund, the largest in the world.
How does ESG news impact retail investing and the broader market narrative? This paper looks at the recent data in giving an answer to this question.