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Celebrating two decades of Sustainable Water

Water is a precious resource in short supply. Access to clean and safe water is a continuous global challenge. Population growth, increasing water consumption, pollution and climate change are major drivers of water scarcity. The RobecoSAM Sustainable Water Strategy has been tackling these for 20 years.

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  • Water systems and climate change put cities at risk

    For many, water stress equates with physical water shortages, but too much water may be an even bigger problem.

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  • Historic fund launches a new water study

    Water is a precious resource essential for sustaining not only life and health but also industrial development and economic growth.
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  • A global Sustainable Water strategy

    The strategy invests worldwide in companies providing technology, products and services relating to the water value chain.
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Webinar on Sustainable Water equities

  • In this webinar, Portfolio Manager Dieter Kuffer outlines the kinds of cutting-edge companies that the fund invests in. These range from technologies that purify and desalinate rain, sea or wastewater to rain capture systems in regions with chronic shortages. He provides an update on how the fund is performing, and its plans for the next 20 years.

  • During the webinar Dieter Kuffer covered the following topics:

    • The technology, products and services in the water value chain.
    • How stocks are balanced between defensive sectors and cyclicals
    • Why this kind of investing offers returns while making an impact

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Water Investment Opportunity

Worldwide water scarcity is expanding made worse by climate change and growing populations. Discover how investments in water can create shared value for society, the environment and investors.

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Why invest in the Sustainable Water strategy?

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  • Who’s behind the Sustainable Water strategy?

    Get to know the portfolio manager who has been at the helm of the strategy since inception, Dieter Küffer.
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  • Sustainable Water Equities

    Check out all information on all share classes of RobecoSAM Sustainable Water Equities.

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