As signatories to the Paris Agreement gather in Madrid, we look back at the climate "super year" of 2019 and examine what investors should look out for in the years to come.
Reducing global production and consumption is gaining traction as a potential solution to the climate crisis. However, we think green growth is possible and highlight why investors should care.
With renewable energy growing in importance, effective storage will be vital. And as costs continue to decline, the potential to achieve growth could be huge.
The lack of progress so far on limiting temperature rises means more urgent action will be needed in the coming years.
There are more similarities between sustainable investing and Shariah investing than commonly realised. Why has one languished while the other soars?
The level of cynicism towards sustainable investments has fallen sharply, Schroders Institutional Investor Study found.
Alternative energy stocks have significantly lagged the wider market over the last five years – what does this tell us about investing in the sector?
Microfinance is a promising way to address global problems such as poverty, inequality and environmental damage. But what’s in it for investors?