Opinion

Series 2: Why impact Investing is a response to climate change and fiduciary duty

Date published: Wednesday, 25 August 2021

Earth Capital examines the implications and challenges that can arise from the climate change transition that we are facing. This four-part series looks at the importance of managing these conflicts in an equitable and just way and how investors can contribute to a more sustainable future without impacting returns.
We invite you to read this series in more detail below.

 

Series 2: Why impact Investing is a response to climate change and fiduciary duty

At Earth Capital, we believe that investing for positive impact is a necessary strategy to meet our fiduciary duty in the wake of the climate crisis and is critical to the post-pandemic recovery. Instead of being a siloed corner of an investment portfolio created for marketing purposes, impact investing is set to play a powerful role in driving the transition to a more sustainable future.

Series 2: Why impact Investing is a response to climate change and fiduciary duty
 

 

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