After two decades and with almost $20 billion in AUM, Impax’s investment thesis is driven by cost reductions in renewable energy technologies and government commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by the UK and the EU, as well as by “We Are Still In” member states, cities, and companies in the US.
Bouri highlights conversations about the role of fiduciary duty, scaling impact investing with integrity and how to measure impact in addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Bair and Orozco serve a diverse community of female executives, LGBT couples and business owners who expect consumer and investment choices to reflect their personal values.
Skinner talks about the 2019 class of SDG advocates recently appointed by the Secretary General to highlight achieving the UN SDG’s agenda for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.
Funk shares her three criteria for choosing companies with sustainable business advantages (SBAs) for the Brown Advisory Large Cap Sustainable Growth Portfolio, which invests in companies that will thrive in a resource-constrained world.
Keefe shows how integrating global social and environmental policies that support better education for women and girls can potentially add trillions of dollars to economic growth.
Where does capital need to be deployed in the US to build resilient infrastructure, foster innovation, and promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization? Henderson explains how her Green Transition Scoreboard tracks the requirements for funding.
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