Fusaro shares key findings from his research: (1) renewables are now affordable, with costs declining 40-90%, (2) U.S. corporate buying of renewable energy has doubled in the last two years, and (3) renewables are great investments for pension funds.
Campos discusses the growing interest of global asset owners in combining Smart Beta with ESG for risk management.
Henderson and Nash talk about the main focus of this year’s Green Transition Scoreboard: Transitioning to Science-Based Investing.
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.
From 1998 to 2017 the global economic cost of climate-related disasters skyrocketed 151% over the previous 20 year period to $2.25 trillion. Join our expert panelists for a discussion about future climate risk assessment options for companies, investors, financial advisors and policymakers.
Kayembe, a female futurist and serial entrepreneur who works on projects at the intersection of women, technology and social impact, tells us how her company advises female founders on scaling their businesses, raising capital and seizing opportunities that the male-centered investment ecosystem is unprepared to understand.
Long and I discuss research from the Competitive Agility Index about the impact to revenue growth and EBITDA in both B2B and B2C companies following a decline in stakeholder trust.
de Bartok describes how she developed the world’s first Social Performance Index, the MSPI, which measures companies’ social performance against best practices standards and in relation to their financial performance.
Simms shares how to address 3 shortcomings of risk analysis in public and private market investing.
Henderson brings her 40 years of foresight, insight, and integrity to a discussion of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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