New research from Rathbone Greenbank Investments reveals that a quarter of UK people believe investing only in companies making a positive impact is one of the best ways to turbocharge the economy.
Adapting to the challenges of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Rathbone Greenbank hosted its 23rd annual Investor Day online for the first time.
The emissions gap
Each year, the United Nations Environment Programme reports the gap between where global greenhouse gas emissions are and where they should be to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Climate change continues to be a core issue for Greenbank. COP261 will be hosted in the UK in 2021 and is set to be a landmark gathering. It will provide the first opportunity for countries' nationally determined contributions (NDCs) to be reviewed and strengthened since the Paris Agreement was reached at COP21 in 2015.
What are the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs)?
We are delighted to present our Vision with Values.
We are proud of the pioneering role our team has played, not only in developing a leading ethical, sustainable and impact investment service but also in driving improvements in the management of environmental, social and governance risks through our company engagement.
The Montréal Carbon Pledge encourages investors to monitor, disclose and reduce the carbon footprint associated with their investment portfolios.
We interviewed Darren Moorcroft, chief executive of the Woodland Trust, asking him questions ranging from how the Woodland Trust is helping to address the issues around climate change, to the role business can play in protecting woodland ecosystems in the UK.