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Net Carbon Zero is a $120 Trillion Investment – One Quarter of All Corporate Investment for the Next 30 Years
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The journey to Net Zero 2050 will bring seismic changes to our society, the economy and how our companies operate. It’s far bigger than just investing in renewables.

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Sustainable Investing weekly blog: 3rd Dec 2021 (Issue 18)

This weeks top story picks up on an shift in policy from the EU toward the future applications of green hydrogen, with a move away from hydrogen cars. We follow up on the upcoming SPAC deal for Voltus, one of the leading distributed energy companies in the US,  plus in Agtech, we examine the rise of the use of insects as protein in animal feed. We finish with a guest story from our human rights expert on why we should care about the UN Guiding Principles . Our last thought highlights the potentially important role that whales play in carbon reduction

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Sustainable Investing weekly blog: 26th Nov 2021 (Issue 17)

This weeks top story shows that R&D explains most of the cost reduction in batteries and solar, not cumulative production . We follow up with a piece on value destruction in the “urban air mobility” market plus in Agtech, we examine progress on taking salmon farming offshore. We finish with a guest story from our human rights expert on  how local regulation and international human rights law are coming together to create potential material risks for companies  …. Our last thought highlights the next German government’s key climate and energy plans.

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Sustainable Investing weekly blog: 19th Nov 2021 (Issue 16)

Our top story examines the first factory installed wireless EV charging system. We follow up on the recently published IEA Energy Efficiency 2021 report, then we examine why we shouldn’t fall for the myth of fast rising population growth plus in Agtech, we review biologicals, and why they will be part of the threat to business models of the agchem sector. We finish with a guest story from our human rights expert on  forced migration. Our last thought looks at how changes at FERC should aid the roll out of long distance electricity interconnectors & renewable grid connections in the US.

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