103 articles trouvés
Carbon offsets: A necessary tool, but only under close scrutiny and precise conditions
To meet the Paris Agreement net zero goals, both emissions reductions and carbon offsetting will play a critical role in delivering a manageable transition.
Why responsible investing is good for people and the planet
Investment managers are increasing their focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and playing a critical role in the transition to a low carbon future.
The race to net zero: A case of ‘when’, not ‘if’
The recent and monumental climate change report from the IPCC gave a stark code red warning to humanity and the impact it is making on the environment.
Why more nuance is needed in ESG ratings
There is far more scrutiny on a company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials that an any time in history.
A wake up call for the energy sector? The IEA’s path to net zero
The energy industry lies at the centre of any attempt to deliver on the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The market takes up the challenge of the SFDR
The EU Sustainable Financial Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), which has just entered into force, is a watershed for sustainable finance.
Can ESG screening provide a buffer for fixed income investors?
The unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus put in place by governments and policymakers worldwide has supported bond markets for much of 2020 and 2021, but fixed income investors have faced chall ...
China green bonds: Seeking harmonisation in a sector that could boost the climate change fight
As part of AXA IM’s commitment to fighting climate change, we aim to be a leading investor in the green bond market.
Did 2020 deliver a premium for the top ESG equities?
There is no shortage of studies highlighting that investors increasingly want their portfolios to be not only financially rewarding but also responsible. It appears that not even the dramatic events ...
10 steps to invest in line with a 1.5°C goal
Efforts to deliver on the Paris Agreement are intensifying, with an increasing shift from commitments to actions.
Engagement is not something which happens over night
Active ownership is about using your rights and influence as an investor to engage investee companies in a productive dialogue and driving change that can make a tangible difference.
Responsible investing, sustainability and ESG: Debunking the myths
The socioeconomic impact of 2020’s coronavirus pandemic has been gargantuan. But the watershed year has galvanised governments, policymakers and individuals in terms of taking greater action, to ensu ...
EU Taxonomy: a pathway to superior corporate sustainability
Climate change is arguably the greatest challenge the world currently faces.
Allocation stratégique : quel cadre pour un monde à +1,5°C ?
En anglais uniquement
How will investors tailor portfolios to tackle the climate crisis?
Investors need assets which can align portfolios with the goals of the Paris agreement
COVID-19 : Risques et opportunités en matière de protection des données
En anglais uniquement
Crise de la biodiversité : Pourquoi l'agriculture menace-t-elle la biodiversité et comment les investisseurs responsables peuvent-ils y répondre ?
La biodiversité joue un rôle crucial dans la préservation de notre santé.
Net Zero Emissions through investments: Road testing a pilot for intermediary target setting
Climate change is providing challenges for investors in every corner of financial markets. Perhaps the most fundamental of these lies in understanding how our portfolios align with the global goals d ...
What does Responsible Investment mean in practice?
Responsible investing refers to strategies and practices that incorporate ESG factors in investment decisions and active ownership.
Should responsible investors only consider ‘green leaders’?
Instinctively, we are tempted to think that a responsible investor will categorically refuse to invest in companies that pollute or are too resource-intensive