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Robeco sponsors the world’s gauge for sustainable investing
Robeco sponsors the world’s gauge for sustainable investing
On July 19, the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance (GSIA) unveils its long-awaited Global Sustainable Investment Review 2020, the most cited global market study on sustainable investing.
19-07-2021 | Announcement
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Cleaner energy is critical in ensuring a healthier planet – and an unstoppable trend.
21-05-2021 | Video
The real challenge is ensuring we all move in the right direction
The real challenge is ensuring we all move in the right direction
Finding common ground on how to act is one of the biggest challenges in tackling climate change.
17-05-2021 | Insight
How regulation will enhance sustainable investing in 2021
How regulation will enhance sustainable investing in 2021
Integrating sustainability into investments will become much higher profile under new EU regulations that take effect this year.
17-02-2021 | Insight
European utilities on the cusp of a decade-long investment opportunity
European utilities on the cusp of a decade-long investment opportunity
These companies have the unique prospect of tackling climate change and continuing to lead the global energy transition.
03-02-2021 | Insight
Comparing pension funds’ ESG policies in the Nordics and the Netherlands
Comparing pension funds’ ESG policies in the Nordics and the Netherlands
Northern European pension funds are at the forefront of the global move towards more sustainable investing.
10-12-2020 | Insight
Sustainability trends in energy credits after Covid-19
Sustainability trends in energy credits after Covid-19
Finding affordable, low-carbon and reliable energy sources is a challenge for investors in the energy sector.
22-06-2020 | Insight
Every dark cloud has a silver lining
Every dark cloud has a silver lining
The unprecedented market volatility presents opportunities for discerning equity investors.
18-03-2020 | Video
Norway is now the most sustainable country in the world
Norway is now the most sustainable country in the world
Norway has overtaken its neighbor Sweden to become the world’s most sustainable country, RobecoSAM’s latest Country Sustainability Ranking reveals.
16-01-2020 | Insight
Sweden again tops national sustainability poll
Sweden again tops national sustainability poll
Sweden has defended its position as the world’s most sustainable nation in RobecoSAM’s latest Country Sustainability Ranking.
17-07-2019 | Insight
Robeco's Active Ownership realizes success with Shell
Robeco's Active Ownership realizes success with Shell
Robeco has been recognized for its critical role in persuading Royal Dutch Shell to significantly strengthen its measures to reduce its carbon footprint.
07-12-2018 | Insight
Beware the demographic death spiral
Beware the demographic death spiral
Every month we look at stunning statistics from the world of sustainability.
24-05-2017 | Stunning statistics
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