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Carbon pricing is too small scale to make a difference
Carbon pricing is too small scale to make a difference
Carbon pricing is a solution to curbing emissions, since it is a direct cost on the higher emitters.
26-04-2021 | Insight
The data dilemma in tackling climate change
The data dilemma in tackling climate change
Curbing global warming means cutting emissions – but getting the right data is not so simple.
19-04-2021 | Insight
Moving from red to amber in tackling climate change
Moving from red to amber in tackling climate change
Decarbonization pledges have helped the world get back on track to combat global warming.
12-04-2021 | Insight
Innovation is the key to taking SI to the next level
Innovation is the key to taking SI to the next level
Sustainable investing will rely on innovation as the solution to the planet’s problems, says Erasmus professor Dirk Schoenmaker.
07-04-2021 | Interview
Hydrogen power — between hype and hope
Hydrogen power — between hype and hope
Decarbonizing national economies is central to government plans.
22-03-2021 | Insight
The future of energy will be renewable, electric and efficient
The future of energy will be renewable, electric and efficient
The election of Joe Biden as America’s 46th President is just one more important signal that change is imminent, for energy markets and the broader economy.
03-03-2021 | Insight
The stunning statistics of sustainable investing
The stunning statistics of sustainable investing
The progress that sustainable investment has made in recent years has been stunning.
24-02-2021 | Stunning statistics
SI Opener: Companies should not ignore the challenges of AI
SI Opener: Companies should not ignore the challenges of AI
Recent events in the US have show that the use of artificial intelligence can bring with it negative social issues.
28-01-2021 | SI Opener
Why human production needs to go on a diet
Why human production needs to go on a diet
The weight of man-made objects on Earth now exceeds the mass of all living things, new research reveals.
13-01-2021 | Stunning statistics
Let the sun shine in – giant solar plants come online
Let the sun shine in – giant solar plants come online
The world’s two largest solar energy parks have come online – with enough generating capacity to power a major city.
03-11-2020 | Stunning statistics
My favorite Sustainable Development Goal
My favorite Sustainable Development Goal
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals were launched on 25 September 2015, with a mission to improve living standards around the world.
25-09-2020 | Insight
Notes from a small island - how King Coal was dethroned in Britain
Notes from a small island - how King Coal was dethroned in Britain
Take a bow, Britain!
15-07-2020 | Stunning statistics
The unique climate change risks facing insurers
The unique climate change risks facing insurers
Climate change has become undeniable, and no industry has greater exposure to its risks than the insurance sector.
02-07-2020 | Insight
SI Opener: The mining industry is essential to moving to a greener economy
SI Opener: The mining industry is essential to moving to a greener economy
Mining is a complex industry that is often seen as unsustainable.
25-06-2020 | SI Opener
Appointing directors of climate change
Appointing directors of climate change
Companies need to appoint directors who focus on business exposure to climate change, Robeco’s Active Ownership team says.
09-06-2020 | Insight
Showing your metal – adding commodities to the mix
Showing your metal – adding commodities to the mix
The time has come to invest in commodities as we emerge from the Covid-19 recession, says multi-asset specialist Jeroen Blokland.
05-06-2020 | Monthly outlook
Don’t tell JR, but Texas has ‘Gone with the Wind’
Don’t tell JR, but Texas has ‘Gone with the Wind’
Those of a certain age may recall Dallas, a 1980s US soap opera about a dysfunctional oil-rich family headed by the scheming JR Ewing.
02-06-2020 | Stunning statistics
SI Opener: Protecting digital human rights in the post-Covid-19 era
SI Opener: Protecting digital human rights in the post-Covid-19 era
Digital data has expanded beyond imagination.
28-05-2020 | SI Opener
The city with that sinking feeling
The city with that sinking feeling
If the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain.
01-05-2020 | Stunning statistics
Greening the bond market
Greening the bond market
Green bond issuance has developed healthy momentum over recent years.
24-04-2020 | 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
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
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
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
Understanding climate change risk in portfolios
Understanding climate change risk in portfolios
Creating portfolios that are resilient to climate change is not just an issue of decarbonizing, says RobecoSAM’s Jacob Messina.
05-11-2019 | Insight
Five reasons to invest in fintech
Five reasons to invest in fintech
The growing trend for cashless payments is causing huge demand for the financial technology that powers it – fintech.
28-10-2019 | Insight
Engaging with electric utilities on climate change strategies
Engaging with electric utilities on climate change strategies
Replacing fossil fuels with clean energy is a key element in limiting climate change.
17-10-2019 | Insight
Stepping up safety in managing miners’ tailings dams
Stepping up safety in managing miners’ tailings dams
Robeco is stepping up its efforts to improve safety in the mining industry after 248 people were killed in a Brazilian tailings dam collapse this year.
28-08-2019 | Insight
Addressing the climate emergency
Addressing the climate emergency
The language around climate change is changing.
10-07-2019 | Column
Carbon Capture & Storage: removing CO2 on an industrial scale
Carbon Capture & Storage: removing CO2 on an industrial scale
We produce CO2 on an industrial scale, and we need to remove it on an industrial scale.
17-06-2019 | Insight
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