Does investing ethically—avoiding fossil fuels, weapons, and tobacco companies and buying into sustainability, health, and education—mean a compromise on returns? One Australian company is proving that the answer is a resounding no.
Desmond Tutu –
The Nobel Peace Prize celebrates individuals who further human rights and peace, but the Nobel Foundation remains invested in fossil fuel companies, a major driver of climate change. This has to change, says Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
and Christian Thimann, and Axel Weber –
The financial industry urgently needs to get involved in climate change efforts—here's how the industry needs to change its own investment and decision-making practices to finance positive change.
Luke Kemp –
More institutions are putting their money where their mouth is, and pulling funds from fossil fuels. But it's the smaller players rather than the goliaths of industry that are really stealing the show.