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‘We really have to act now’
‘We really have to act now’
Are we heading for a wall?
18-04-2019 | Interview
Robeco Quarterly March 2019
Robeco Quarterly March 2019
The 11th edition of Robeco Quarterly – our quant, sustainability and research magazine – is out.
04-04-2019 | Magazine
Robeco publishes Sustainability Report 2018
Robeco publishes Sustainability Report 2018
Sustainability is a crucial part of the business of Robeco.
21-03-2019
As pioneers of SI, we have Sustainability Inside
As pioneers of SI, we have Sustainability Inside
Robeco is proud to have been a pioneer of sustainability investing, standing at the forefront of this vibrant style now for more than two decades.
15-03-2019 | Insight
Robeco publishes Active Ownership Report 2018
Robeco publishes Active Ownership Report 2018
Using our position as an asset manager to effect meaningful change at companies is a vital part of our dedication to sustainability investing at Robeco.
15-03-2019 | Active Ownership Report
Investing in the SDGs to tackle snake bites
Investing in the SDGs to tackle snake bites
How many people do you think die from snake bites?
11-03-2019 | Stunning statistics
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
The future of transport is Smart Mobility
The future of transport is Smart Mobility
22-02-2019 | Video
2018 – another record year for sustainability investing
2018 – another record year for sustainability investing
In 2017, we reported that we saw a lift-off in sustainability investing.
18-02-2019 | Column
RobecoSAM publishes Sustainability Yearbook 2019
RobecoSAM publishes Sustainability Yearbook 2019
RobecoSAM has published its annual yearbook showcasing the sustainability performance of the world’s largest companies.
14-02-2019 | Insight
‘We are approaching Peak Environment right now’
‘We are approaching Peak Environment right now’
In the first podcast, Daniel Wild explains why embracing SI is “a good sort of selfish”, as it enables the investor to enjoy superior risk-adjusted returns while also helping the planet on a range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues at the same time.
06-02-2019 | Podcast
Tune in now – Robeco launches podcasts
Tune in now – Robeco launches podcasts
If a face can launch a thousand ships, what power does the spoken word have?
06-02-2019 | Insight
Single-use plastic among Robeco’s 2019 engagement themes
Single-use plastic among Robeco’s 2019 engagement themes
Trying to cut plastic pollution and the social impact of artificial intelligence are among four themes that Robeco will engage on this year.
04-02-2019 | Insight
Get Real! Individuals prefer more sustainable investments
Get Real! Individuals prefer more sustainable investments
A majority of people want their pension funds to invest their money sustainably.
23-01-2019 | Research
UK hotel runs on battery power
UK hotel runs on battery power
A battery the size of a delivery truck is being used to power a UK hotel, cutting its carbon footprint while saving money.
21-01-2019 | Stunning statistics
The link between ESG and performance
The link between ESG and performance
Robeco has long believed in the benefits of sustainability investing.
09-01-2019 | Insight
Dutch pension funds have yet to embrace SDGs
Dutch pension funds have yet to embrace SDGs
Dutch pension funds view Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as an investment opportunity, but have yet to fully adopt them.
08-01-2019 | Insight
Climate change action tops my projections for 2019 and beyond
Climate change action tops my projections for 2019 and beyond
The new year is upon us, and the projections for 2019 markets are being digested by investors.
07-01-2019 | Column
Climate change dominates Robeco’s public policy engagement
Climate change dominates Robeco’s public policy engagement
The battle against global warming was a central theme in Robeco’s engagement with public bodies in 2018.
03-01-2019 | Active Ownership Report
The drone that can plant millions of trees
The drone that can plant millions of trees
A drone that can carpet bomb 100,000 tree seeds a day may solve the issue of deforestation in remote areas.
03-01-2019 | Stunning statistics
‘We’re on the cusp of a very positive transformation’
‘We’re on the cusp of a very positive transformation’
How fast will sustainability investing become mainstream?
18-12-2018 | Interview
Beyond exclusions – how investors can approach SI
Beyond exclusions – how investors can approach SI
Some investors adopt a simple approach to sustainability investing by excluding certain companies from portfolios.
17-12-2018 | Insight
It’s not all black and white when it comes to SDGs
It’s not all black and white when it comes to SDGs
Measuring a company’s contribution to the UN SDGs is not that straightforward.
12-12-2018 | Insight
Robeco Quarterly December 2018
Robeco Quarterly December 2018
The tenth edition of Robeco Quarterly – our quant, sustainability and research magazine – is out.
10-12-2018 | Magazine
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
Sweden remains the world’s most sustainable country
Sweden remains the world’s most sustainable country
Sweden has again topped the charts in RobecoSAM’s biannual survey of a nation’s sustainability credentials.
05-12-2018 | Insight
Providing flexible SI solutions – two client cases
Providing flexible SI solutions – two client cases
Sustainability investing means different things to different people, and a one-size-fits-all approach does not work for everyone.
03-12-2018 | Insight
How Robeco approaches sustainability
How Robeco approaches sustainability
Robeco has a unique sustainability culture that goes back to the 1990s – and today it has never been more important to us.
27-11-2018 | Insight
Climate change growth could be worth USD 26 trillion
Climate change growth could be worth USD 26 trillion
Investing to limit climate change could add USD 26 trillion to the global economy, a new report says.
01-11-2018 | Stunning statistics
Three megatrends shaping the world
Three megatrends shaping the world
Three megatrends reflecting each aspect of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) spectrum are shaping the sustainability investing world.
01-11-2018 | Insight

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