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Investing in the transition to a nature positive world through new biodiversity strategy
Investing in the transition to a nature positive world through new biodiversity strategy
Protecting the Earth’s biodiversity has become as urgent as tackling climate change.
03-11-2022 | Webinar
Robeco to launch Biodiversity Equities strategy
Robeco to launch Biodiversity Equities strategy
A new Robeco investment strategy targets companies that can benefit from the transition to a nature-positive world.
21-10-2022 | Insight
Climate change and biodiversity take center stage in eventful year for SI
Climate change and biodiversity take center stage in eventful year for SI
The events of 2021 showed that sustainable investment and active ownership has never been more important.
19-04-2022 | Webinar
Engagement considered important by four in five investors
Engagement considered important by four in five investors
Some 80% of investors say engagement will be a significant factor in their investment policy in the next two years, the Robeco Global Climate Survey has found.
18-04-2022 | Insight
To divest or not to divest – that’s not the question
To divest or not to divest – that’s not the question
One of the most fierce debates when it comes to sustainable investing today is surely the engage-or-divest topic.
11-04-2022 | Insight
Documentary: Engage to change
Documentary: Engage to change
What exactly is engagement, and what kind of expertise do you need to be successful?
31-03-2022 | Video
Using engagement to advance sustainability matters in the palm oil industry
Using engagement to advance sustainability matters in the palm oil industry
Palm oil is an ingredient in almost half of all the packaged products found in supermarkets, from pizza and chocolate to shampoo and toothpaste.
11-03-2022 | Insight
Biodiversity loss – the next big challenge for investors
Biodiversity loss – the next big challenge for investors
Biodiversity is a major new theme for investors, though information about how why it matters for markets has been thin on the ground.
17-02-2022 | Webinar
Robeco launches biodiversity paper and teams up with WWF-NL
Robeco launches biodiversity paper and teams up with WWF-NL
A Robeco positioning paper to address biodiversity loss is being backed by a partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature Netherlands.
31-01-2022 | Insight
Our outlook for SI and engagement themes for 2022
Our outlook for SI and engagement themes for 2022
Higher demand for sustainable investing strategies is set to continue in 2022 as the world works towards net zero emissions.
13-01-2022 | Webinar
Protecting the planet heads 2022 engagement themes
Protecting the planet heads 2022 engagement themes
Preserving natural resources amid the drive for net zero emissions leads Robeco’s four new engagement themes for 2022.
07-01-2022 | Insight
Working to fortify digital assets to beat cybercrime
Working to fortify digital assets to beat cybercrime
Attitudes to improving data security have improved as cybercrime becomes a multi-trillion dollar threat, a Robeco engagement program has found.
22-10-2021 | Insight
Engaging with countries to promote the SDGs
Engaging with countries to promote the SDGs
A team from Robeco has published a framework that can help investors engage with countries to tackle sustainability challenges.
14-06-2021 | Insight
Cannabis – controversial plant comes full-circle
Cannabis – controversial plant comes full-circle
Cannabis is making a comeback and enjoying popularity and acceptance it hasn’t seen in thousands of years – but caution is advised.
25-05-2021 | Insight
Our six climate change engagement themes
Our six climate change engagement themes
Robeco’s commitment to tackling climate change can be seen in six engagement programs related to the issue.
03-05-2021 | Insight
How climate change and Covid-19 changed the stewardship landscape
How climate change and Covid-19 changed the stewardship landscape
The stewardship landscape evolved rapidly in 2020.
22-04-2021 | Webinar
SI Opener: The meat supply chain is a major threat to global health
SI Opener: The meat supply chain is a major threat to global health
It’s not only ‘wet animal markets’ that are causing health risks, as we have seen with Covid-19.
25-02-2021 | SI Opener
Climate transition and labor rights lead 2021 engagement themes
Climate transition and labor rights lead 2021 engagement themes
Tackling high-carbon funding and protecting labor rights in the post-Covid-19 world are Robeco’s main engagement themes for 2021.
07-01-2021 | Insight
SI Opener: Loss of biodiversity is a bigger threat than climate change
SI Opener: Loss of biodiversity is a bigger threat than climate change
Biodiversity represents the knowledge learned by evolving species over millions of years.
24-09-2020 | SI Opener
The spy in the sky for deforestation
The spy in the sky for deforestation
Robeco has teamed up with a satellite data company to detect deforestation in palm oil plantations.
15-11-2019 | Insight
Robeco joins investor call to save rainforest
Robeco joins investor call to save rainforest
Robeco is collaborating with other global investors to try to stop deforestation in Brazil.
18-09-2019 | Insight
Our approach to sustainable investing in palm oil
Our approach to sustainable investing in palm oil
Robeco has stepped up its engagement with the producers of palm oil to address sustainability issues in the industry.
04-03-2019 | Insight
ESG challenges in the healthcare sector
ESG challenges in the healthcare sector
Biopharmaceutical companies operate in an environment of rising chronic disease, aging populations and an increasing demand from emerging markets.
07-12-2016 | Insight
Sustainable Development Goals: an opportunity for investors
Sustainable Development Goals: an opportunity for investors
The UN has released the Sustainable Development Goals, asking the private sector to contribute as well.
11-10-2016 | Insight
No sugarcoating the facts for Bunge
No sugarcoating the facts for Bunge
Following allegations of human rights and environmental breaches against the Brazilian subsidiary of Bunge, we started an enhanced engagement with this global agribusiness company in addition to our dialogue on challenges in the soy and palm oil supply chain.
04-02-2016 | Insight
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