Keppler explains how 3.5 million metric tons of wood pellets allow heat generators and power producers to reduce their carbon footprint by up to 85% on a lifecycle basis and help meet their renewable energy generation goals. Enviva recently announced its 18th consecutive distribution increase and has generated an annualized total return to unitholders of […]
Climate Risk is the largest idiosyncratic risk left unmeasured in the world today by asset managers and companies. Investors can capture climate risk opportunities not yet priced into company data by the markets.
Gutter tells listeners how the International WELL Building Institute is advancing health and well-being for people around the globe through better buildings and communities and stronger organizations. The WELL Building Standard is now used by over 10,000 WELL Accredited Professionals (WELL APs) world-wide, and there are over 500 million square feet of certified or registered […]
Drum discusses the enormous potential for sustainable and green sovereign fixed income markets, especially given that 40% of global sovereign wealth fund assets are owned by less than 6% of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) signatories in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
The global climate infrastructure deficit is $800 billion–a year! McCartney explains how Artesian Capital Management’s High Impact Green Bond Fund blends green bonds, venture debt, and asset backed securities related to clean energy infrastructure projects to address this serious funding shortfall.
Gitterman talks about the extraordinary lineup of speakers for this year’s conference on the “business case” for Sustainable, Impact and ESG Investing. Financial advisors will dialogue with corporate executives like Jeffrey Eckel, Chairman, President and CEO of Hannon Armstrong, asset managers like Saker Nusseibeh, CEO Hermes Investment Management, and ESG index builders like Mona Naqvi, […]
Moszeter talks about the 10th anniversary of the Next Economy Index SMA portfolio and its competitive returns since the 2008 launch.
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.
Bailey, Neuberger Berman’s second generation leader of ESG investing, talks about the firm’s 30 years of competitive performance in active portfolio management.
Impact investing is growing fast but greenwashing is increasing due to lack of regulatory oversight. Crawford brings his 25 years of experience in micro finance and the capital markets to this discussion of the World Bank’s newly launched operating principles designed to reduce greenwashing in the impact investing landscape.
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