Shim talks about Palladium’s focus on inclusive growth beyond Covid-19. By acting as a catalyst, Palladium helps individual companies, for example a mining company or a multinational chocolate company, to broaden their thinking to include the circular economy. By collaborating across sectors, including governments, NGO’s, and local economies, a company can achieve both profitable and […]
How can the fashion industry promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals? Gibson talks about Club Debut, her value-driven, sustainable fashion platform for independent designers and creatives, as well as her own design line, KYU BY KESI, and how these companies are “Putting Humanity Back into Fashion (TM).”
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.
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.
Bailey, Neuberger Berman’s second generation leader of ESG investing, talks about the firm’s 30 years of competitive performance in active portfolio management.
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.
Henderson brings her 40 years of foresight, insight, and integrity to a discussion of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
UN Sustainable Development Goal #12: Sustainable consumption and production—where the rubber meets the road. Kline explains how the tires on your car today could be the road you drive on in the future!
Life on Land, UN Sustainable Development Goal #15, brings out the best in Samuelrich. In this podcast she talks about how shareholder engagement with companies and their supply chains can produce good business results.
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