With consumers showing few signs of cutting down on the waste they create, we look at how our rubbish can be used to produce energy and reduce the use of fossil fuels.
Our inescapable truths are the economic forces and disruptive forces we think will shape the investment landscape over the years to come.
Lesley-Ann Morgan and Jessica Ground discuss how to address the decisions regarding integrating ESG across multiple investments and setting a sustainability budget.
The world’s demand for food – particularly protein – has major implications for climate change. We look at the opportunities arising from consumers changing how they eat.
Many investors are jumping on the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) bandwagon but who is really committed to backing up these values through credit analysis?
Sugar is moving up social and political agendas, handing an advantage to those companies that are already adapting to a more sugar-constrained industry.
Although the COP24 yielded worryingly few advances, there are still glimmers of hope for climate change progress.