Companies that provide solutions to the challenges of sustainability will see stronger, long-term growth those that don’t. That’s why they make such compelling investments, says Tim Dieppe
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) latest report has implications for us all. But given it warns of the unsustainability of our approach to energy production and calls for an unprecedented trillion-dollar shift in investment, it is particularly significant for investors.
Rob Morgan, pension and investments analyst at Charles Stanley Direct, writes about WHEB Asset Management’s investment rationale.
It might not be clear to you that the latest IPCC report confirming catastrophic climate change has anything to do with where you stick your ISA. It has a lot to do with it.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued its latest sobering report into climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability. It maps out in no uncertain terms how warming temperatures will affect food prices, national security and the environment.
WHEB has sold its stake in Petainer to co-investor Next Wave Partners, doubling its money.
Private equity firm WHEB has doubled its money on its 2008 stake in packaging manufacturer Petainer, it has announced.
“From Ethics To Sustainability: Shifting The Investment Debate” and “Investing For The Past Or Investing For The Future?” articles by WHEB in Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Guide to Sustainable Investment 2014 .