Investing for Tomorrow’s Environment

We’re in a time of immense change. Establishing criteria for sustainable investment decision-making is critical as we transition to new energy systems and enter the fourth industrial revolution. Green funds, climate bonds, and sustainable investing are all gaining in popularity, and investment professionals now need to apply a climate lens to all aspects of the investment process.

Launched in June 2024, Investing for Tomorrow’s Environment is a wide-ranging digital series exploring the pivotal role of investment professionals in unlocking solutions to climate change, moving to a low-carbon green economy and driving transformational change.

Created in partnership with CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) UK, the series premiered on May 2 in London.

Through a diverse array of future-focused content, including expert interviews and real-world case studies from the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands, Serbia and the US, Investing for Tomorrow’s Environment meets the inspiring organisations and thought leaders who are powering the sector’s ESG transformation and accelerating the transition to net zero.

The series sheds light on the crucial role of the investment community in catalysing change, transforming industries, and tackling our toughest global challenges through capital allocations and stewardship. This includes advancing sustainable business models, renewable energy projects, and climate-aligned technologies.

Exploring the urgent need to integrate sustainability and ESG considerations into investment decision-making, the series champions progress in areas such as transition and green finance, impact investing, ESG data and sustainability reporting, green and climate bonds, ESG funds, and policy and regulation.

The series includes comment from industry experts including:

  • James Alexander, CEO, UKSIF
  • Stephanie Pfeifer, CEO, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC)
  • Kingsmill Bond, Senior Principle Energy Strategist, RMI
  • Kieron Boyle, Chief Executive, Impact Investing Institute
  • David Atkin, CEO, Principles for Responsible Investment
  • Hilary Eastman, Partner at KPMG UK, Chair of CFA UK Board
  • Tom Gosling, Executive Fellow of Finance at the London Business School
  • Laura Hillis, Director of Climate and Environment (Responsible Investment), Church of England Pensions Board.

Among others sharing their voice include Sindhu Krishna, Head of Sustainable Investment at Phoenix Group, the UK’s largest long-term savings and retirement business. Sindhu highlights the UK pension sector’s role in determining the flow of capital to sustainable impacts. Robert Gardner, CEO and Co-Founder of Rebalance Earth, Hilary Eastman, Partner at KPMG UK and Chair of the CFA UK Board, and Shahida Khalique, a participant on the CFA Institute Young Women in Investment Program, examine how the traditional routes into finance have changed to include pathways for graduates with a scientific background, and what this trend means for the future of the sector and the skills required by finance professionals.

Other inspiring organisations featured include: Cinven, Finance Earth, Henley Business School, King’s Business School, Matter, NextEnergy Group, FAIRR, The Green Finance Institute, the University of Edinburgh Business School, Triodos Investment Management, and Verisk Maplecroft.

Check out the full series here.

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