Rathbone Greenbank Investments

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20 April 2015

As part of its ‘Keep it in the ground’ campaign – aimed at persuading the world’s two biggest charitable funds (the Bill and Melinda Gates...

26 November 2014

There is now almost unanimous scientific consensus that human activity has been the dominant cause of climate change since the 1950s. A growing body of evidence links activities such as deforestation and the burning of fossil fuels to the impacts of climate change including global warming,...

16 October 2014

By Matt Crossman On 23 June 2014, Matt Crossman represented Rathbones at the 14th meeting of the UN Global Compact (UNGC) Working Group...

18 August 2014

£40k crowd-funded for four innovative charities - by Matt Crossman On Tuesday 8th September we were pleased to host the latest crowd-funding event...

25 July 2014

By Matt Crossman, ethical researcher Over the last year, Rathbone Greenbank Investments has joined with a number of other UK-based asset...

1 July 2014

By Elizabeth Haigh, Investment Director On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, we were pleased to support The Funding Network’s...

18 November 2013

At Rathbone Greenbank Investments we assess a wide range of social and environmental risks which may affect the companies we invest in on...

20 October 2013

On 17th October we were pleased to work in partnership with Friends of the Earth (FOE) to hold a plenary and round table discussion on the role of the Treasury in building a cutting edge, thriving and genuinely sustainable low carbon economy in the UK.   A mixture of FOE...

17 October 2013

On 17th October 2013, Friends of the Earth, in partnership with and hosted by Rathbone Greenbank Investments, held a plenary and round table discussion on the role of the Treasury in building a cutting edge, thriving and genuinely sustainable low carbon economy in the UK. Participants...

19 September 2013

When reviewing the activities of the banking sector, Rathbone Greenbank’s ethical research team considers a wide range of both direct and indirect impacts. Direct impacts include factors such as the provision of basic bank accounts; support for small businesses; internal governance and...

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