Women: A Driving Force for Sustainable Investing
October 21, 2017 — In the world of investing, women’s intentions are fast becoming actions and their social value preferences are increasingly taking root throughout their respective investment activities as they seek competitive market returns. In our view, these important trends will only strengthen as women gain more self-determined financial independence and they benefit from the estimated $30 trillion of investable assets they stand to control over the next few decades. This massive gender and inter-generational wealth transfer will undoubtedly play a key role in furthering the desire for and mainstreaming of sustainable investment strategies.
ESG Perspectives — An Update on GUDB; Apple’s Green Bonds
ESG Perspectives: Svalbard Sojourn — An Arctic Experience
The Arctic environment, human society, and its economic activities are deeply connected to each other, representing a pivotal link in a complex adaptive global ecosystem. . . .
ESG Perspectives: A Visit to Sustainability’s Ground Zero
For anyone interested in our environment, climate change, and sustainability, a visit to Scandinavia and the Arctic region would be regarded as a “bucket list” dream trip. . . .