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Wildlife populations have plummeted by a staggering 69% since 1970. And with an estimated 25% of all species on the brink of extinction by 2050, the situation is dire.
Let’s take a closer look at 4 breakthrough moments of the COP15, and their impact on the fight against nature loss.
From navigating the complexities of sustainable investing regulations to securing a clean, reliable energy future and funding the transition to a net zero world, the path ahead is filled with challenges and opportunities. Here are five key topics that will shape the sustainable transition in 2023.
During the past two weeks, all eyes were yet again focused on the yearly climate Conference of the Parties, the 27th of its kind. Unfortunately, this event was remarkably consistent in that it was characterised by a lack of ambitious pledges and commitments.
Let’s take another look at the 4 graphs we highlighted in our pre-COP article and see what has been announced.
By 2030, the EU Taxonomy aims to reduce European greenhouse gas emissions by 55%.
However, up until recently, there were still some notable grey areas in the Taxonomy. Can gas and nuclear power truly be considered ‘green’ sources of power, and, if not, can we make sure they merely serve as transitional crutches?
ESG: deep dive with three expert speakers
Environmental considerations have become a staple of the investor discourse. Yet the practical reality of climate risk assessment can still be daunting at times. Find out how investors can effectively identify, assess, and mitigate the climate risk of their portfolios and investees
Precision farming and sustainability
Precision farming is a key component of the third wave of modern agricultural revolutions. It aims to optimise field-level management regarding crop science, environmental protection and economics, by boosting competitiveness through more efficient practices.
This year, and for the third year in a row, we have made it into the H&K Responsible Investment Brand Index’ top 10. We are proud to announce that we took home the title of fourth best Sustainable Asset Manager in Europe (out of 284 participants), as well as second best Sustainable Asset Manager in the Benelux.
Now available in six languages, our Sustainability Knowledge Centre opens DPAM’s sustainable investment expertise to the broader public. Six new episodes will be available in 2021 where we will tackle topics such as the new challenges of Sustainable Investing, the social pillar in ESG or a responsible investment approach in carbon intensive sectors.
A sustainable economic recovery: all stakeholders teaming up for the common good
From the social factor (in particular human capital) as a key pillar of the company to the role of politics, the financial system and #shareholders, we emphasise the key relevance of all stakeholders in order to reach a sustainable economic recovery.
The digital platform to better capture the essential about sustainability investments. Today’s challenges are tomorrow’s opportunities. The purpose of this educational program is to share our knowledge and expertise and to make you familiar with the various concepts, terminology and notions.
Increasing awareness of matters such as social inclusion, climate change and political achievements like the Paris Agreement has led society forward in the goal of sustainable development. And the financial sector has had and still has its own role to play. Institutional investors have made their voice heard through prominent divestments from controversial assets.
The sovereign bonds of more sustainable countries have proven to be more resilient during crisis periods. When looking at the 2008 euro crisis, Scandinavian countries or other countries that are generally well positioned in the rankings have held up much better than, for example, Southern European countries.
The second annual Sustainability Seminar hosted several interesting speakers from the corporate and regulatory world on a subject DPAM holds dear: Responsible Investment. The theme of this year revolved around the topic “Long-term value creation and short-termism: how to ensure sustainable growth?”.