Support for the campaign to encourage investors to divest their holdings in fossil fuel companies and invest in climate solutions appears to be gathering pace. Perhaps inadvertently, ExxonMobil’s report on their exposure to potential stranded assets has helped catalyse a renewed debate about the moral and financial arguments for divestment.
Tim Dieppe explains why the FP WHEB Sustainability Fund currently has no exposure to the education theme.
In spite of what Pink Floyd might think, education, as a five trillion Dollar market growing at 7-9% CAGR, is clearly something that many people think they do need. This is particularly true in emerging markets which are seeing significant increases in demand, e-learning, and increasing social mobility.