With COP26 representing a critical moment to turn global ambition into action on climate change, we touched base with Joe Crehan to get his thoughts on the energy transition and how COP26 could affect it.
Putting people and communities at the heart of sustainable investment.
Rathbone Greenbank Investments (Greenbank), Rathbones’ specialist ethical, sustainable and impact arm, has detailed its plan to become a net zero emissions business by 2040. This commitment covers emissions associated with its operations, supply chain and investments.
MyRathbones has replaced our Rathbones Online service and provides clients with a wider range of features and upgraded security.
The recent report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) provides yet another adrenaline shot to investors on the importance of embedding environmental concerns in their investment strategy.
Despite the obvious challenges of the past 18 months, the Rathbone Greenbank team has been through an exciting and rapid phase of evolution, welcoming many additional colleagues as we further develop our ethical, sustainable and impact proposition and enhance our ability to meet the needs of all our clients.
“Our economies, livelihoods and wellbeing all depend on our most precious asset: Nature.” - The Dasgupta Review.
The past year has brought many social and humanitarian issues to the forefront - be it equal access to healthcare, the Black Lives Matter movement, or the ongoing migrant crisis.
A coalition of investors and NGOs (non-governmental organisations), led by Rathbone Greenbank Investments (Greenbank), recently wrote to the UK government urging it to demonstrate clear leadership and ambition in its response to the National Food Strategy’s recommendations for promoting a healthier and more sustainable food system in the UK.