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SDG investing

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals provide an excellent means of seeking returns while making a real difference through impact investing in 17 different arenas. Robeco has developed considerable expertise in this exciting new arena, along with several strategies that target the SDGs.
Guide to SDG credits
  • 25 years sustainable investing

    As a leader in sustainable investing, we create returns that benefit the world we live in.

    Sustainability
  • Broad range of SDG strategies

    We were the first to launch SDG Credits and among the first with SDG Equities.
    Our strategies
  • Sharing our knowledge

    We are proud to possess some of the greatest sustainable investing expertise in the world.
    SDG insights

Latest insights

We regularly publish articles, videos and podcasts related to the SDGs.

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Latest insights

We regularly publish articles, videos and podcasts related to the SDGs.

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North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
A clear gap between northern and southern European countries has emerged in the biannual Robeco Country Sustainability Ranking.
20-01-2021 | Yearly outlook
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Insurance companies are directly exposed to climate risk, and face increasingly tighter scrutiny from regulators regarding its impact on their balance sheets.
14-01-2021 | Interview
Letter from the CIO: Stay contrarian
Letter from the CIO: Stay contrarian
Keep questioning the consensus in 2021, says Victor Verberk, Robeco’s CIO Fixed Income and Sustainability.
07-01-2021 | Insight
‘We believe that businesses that promote gender equality have a competitive advantage’
‘We believe that businesses that promote gender equality have a competitive advantage’
Sustainable investing involves more than just investing in environmentally friendly income-producing vehicles.
22-12-2020 | Interview
Measuring Impact – the next frontier in sustainable investing
Measuring Impact – the next frontier in sustainable investing
With assets already in the trillions and inflows continuing to swell, the currents of sustainable investing have surged to the mainstream.
17-12-2020 | Insight
The road ahead for the SDGs
The road ahead for the SDGs
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been taking sustainable investing to the next level.
10-12-2020 | Yearly outlook
Guide to climate fixed income investing
Guide to climate fixed income investing
Our publication explains how to stimulate decarbonization of the broader economy and society by investing in the winners of tomorrow.
09-12-2020 | Insight
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
The boundless appetite for resources, fueled by linear production and consumption patterns, is exceeding the planet’s regenerative capacity.
02-12-2020 | Video

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