A new perspective for ESG strategies
Latest data shows that ESG funds suffered record outflows in August. Does this signal a serious change of heart towards sustainable investing? As the insights below will demonstrate, many asset managers remain adamant that a solid approach towards sustainably allocating capital is crucial. Explore these timely research pieces and form your own view about the future of ESG strategies and sustainable investing more broadly.
Is sustainable investing producing counterproductive outcomes? Professor Kelly Shue, Yale University School of Management, believes so. Find out why in this engaging podcast.
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Human capital remains a key aspect of any ESG-focused investor. This is especially the case when looking at the emerging markets universe.
In this podcast, Director of ESG Research Carolina San Martin and Portfolio Manager Katsuhiro Iwai join host Thomas Mucha to discuss the importance of shareholder activism.
Scope 4 emissions are captured when the use of a product or service avoids emissions as a result of the new climate or energy-saving technology associated with it.
For 25 years, Impax Asset Management has analysed the impact of environmental and social trends on global economic activity and investigated how climate change impacts financial performance.
An enormous amount of investment is required to reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
The Blue Economy encompasses economic activities that rely or impact on the use of coastal and marine resources.
Given the widespread agreement about the urgency to deal with climate change, the ESG approach has developed a lot of interest, but not all is good when it comes to outcomes.