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The most important ESG issue in the coronavirus crisis is our response
The most important ESG issue in the coronavirus crisis is our response
As soon as the coronavirus crisis hit our society and financial markets, we received many questions on how this relates to sustainable investing and ESG.
31-03-2020 | Column
Engagement is an important tool for climate change risks
Engagement is an important tool for climate change risks
More companies are making greater efforts to set ambitious decarbonization targets, Robeco’s engagement specialists say.
30-03-2020 | Insight
Is oil-rich Norway paying the price?
Is oil-rich Norway paying the price?
Sustainability is often full of contradictions, as can be seen in the case of an oil-rich country which is warming faster than others – Norway.
23-03-2020 | Stunning statistics
Robeco launches evocative sustainability campaign
Robeco launches evocative sustainability campaign
You don’t have to give up palm oil or plastics.
16-03-2020 | Interview
New: sustainable investing expertise disguised as a glossy magazine
New: sustainable investing expertise disguised as a glossy magazine
In our brand new publication, we explore sustainable investing from every possible angle.
16-03-2020 | Magazine
Robeco ranks first in SI survey of global asset managers
Robeco ranks first in SI survey of global asset managers
Robeco has topped a survey of 75 global asset managers for the quality of its sustainable investing offering and approach.
09-03-2020 | Insight
The paradox of sustainable investing in mining
The paradox of sustainable investing in mining
Investors need to work with miners and not against them to cut carbon footprints, says portfolio manager Chris Berkouwer.
28-02-2020 | Insight
Another strong year for sustainable investing
Another strong year for sustainable investing
Robeco and RobecoSAM enjoyed another strong year for their world-leading sustainable investment capabilities in 2019.
20-02-2020 | Insight
Short-haul flights are the worst offenders for CO2
Short-haul flights are the worst offenders for CO2
Domestic and other short-haul flights are the most carbon-intensive form of travel, figures show.
20-02-2020 | Stunning statistics
Navigating the ESG labyrinth
Navigating the ESG labyrinth
In this handy guide, we share the knowledge and experience we have gained from decades of sustainable investing.
05-02-2020 | Insight
Solutions for insurers with the ‘power of three’
Solutions for insurers with the ‘power of three’
The continuing low yield environment and increasing regulatory requirements for insurers make it vital to have the right investment partner.
03-02-2020 | Insight
SAM publishes Sustainability Yearbook 2020
SAM publishes Sustainability Yearbook 2020
SAM has published its annual yearbook showcasing the sustainability performance of the world’s largest companies.
03-02-2020 | Insight
Exclusions may simply be transferring a problem
Exclusions may simply be transferring a problem
Do exclusions work?
03-02-2020 | Research
Al and health care engagement lead Q4 Active Ownership report
Al and health care engagement lead Q4 Active Ownership report
Reviews of two major engagement themes lead the Robeco Active Ownership team’s latest quarterly report.
31-01-2020 | Active Ownership Report
Real estate fund cuts its carbon footprint
Real estate fund cuts its carbon footprint
Robeco Sustainable Property Equities has scored well above average for sustainability in an industry survey for the sixth year in a row.
24-01-2020 | Insight
Podcast: It’s time asset managers make money talk
Podcast: It’s time asset managers make money talk
If we start investing much more towards the long term, and to sustainable solutions, things will go very, very quickly, says Robeco CEO Gilbert Van Hassel.
22-01-2020 | Podcast
Climate partnerships needed between company boards and investors
Climate partnerships needed between company boards and investors
A partnership between companies and investors is essential if climate change targets are to be met.
20-01-2020 | Insight
A trillion trees could stabilize global warming
A trillion trees could stabilize global warming
Planting a trillion trees would be enough to stop global warming from escalating, studies have found.
17-01-2020 | Stunning statistics
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
Our approach to sustainable investing in nuclear power
Our approach to sustainable investing in nuclear power
Robeco acknowledges the usefulness of nuclear power in particular situations.
15-01-2020 | Insight
Biodiversity and mining among engagement themes for 2020
Biodiversity and mining among engagement themes for 2020
Protecting biodiversity and improving mining safety form part of Robeco’s new engagement campaign for 2020.
13-01-2020 | Insight
Global warming accelerates as emissions hit new records
Global warming accelerates as emissions hit new records
Greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere are higher than ever before, two new studies have found.
16-12-2019 | Stunning statistics
Exhaust-ive engagement: persuading carmakers to decarbonize
Exhaust-ive engagement: persuading carmakers to decarbonize
Decarbonizing the auto industry can significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.
05-12-2019 | Insight
Call for concrete COP25 commitments on climate change
Call for concrete COP25 commitments on climate change
Nations meeting at COP25 need to get back on track to combat global warming, says Robeco’s Carola van Lamoen.
29-11-2019 | Insight
Spearheading the sustainable investing movement
Spearheading the sustainable investing movement
Gilbert Van Hassel discusses leadership in sustainable investing and the S&P Global partnership deal.
21-11-2019 | Interview
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
Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing
Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing
Gilbert Van Hassel and Masja Zandbergen discuss sustainable investing.
14-11-2019 | Announcement
A message in 100 million bottles
A message in 100 million bottles
A campaign to cut plastic waste is on track to save 100 million bottles from being thrown away.
14-11-2019 | Stunning statistics
Show don’t tell – UK Stewardship Code wants proof of actions
Show don’t tell – UK Stewardship Code wants proof of actions
Investors will have to show the results of their active ownership work after the UK regulator updated its Stewardship Code.
13-11-2019 | Insight
Land of the rising capital returns
Land of the rising capital returns
Japanese companies are gradually getting better at creating value for investors, Robeco’s engagement work has shown.
13-11-2019 | Insight
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