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February 5, 2021 Renewables expected to replace coal by 2033, says Morgan StanleySource: The Hill
A new report from global wealth management company Morgan Stanley projects coal-fired power generation is likely to disappear from the U.S. power grid by 2033 and will largely be replaced by renewable energy resources.
Source: Report Alert
Companies disclosing their impacts through the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standards are to adhere to three new and updated standards, for reports they publish from this year onward.
December 11, 2020 5 Drivers Behind the Sustainable Investing ShiftSource: Visual Capitalist
Against all odds, sustainable investing in the U.S. smashed records in 2020. Estimated net flows reached $20.9 billion in the first six months alone—that’s nearly equal to the amount of new money invested in all of 2019.
December 10, 2020 UK emissions must drop by 78% by 2035 states Carbon ReportSource: Energy Digital
he UK's path to net zero report from the Committee on Climate Change has recommended a 78 percent reduction in UK territorial emissions until 2035 - relative to 1990 - bringing forward the previous 80 percent target by nearly 15...
This year has exposed the world’s extraordinary fragility. Managing a pandemic is hard enough. Doing so while addressing other urgent stresses—like inequality, violence, and climate change—adds to the degree of difficulty.
December 4, 2020 The Growing Generational Wealth GapSource: Visual Capitalist
As young generations usher into adulthood, they inevitably begin to accumulate and inherit wealth, a trend that has broadly remained consistent. But what has changed recently is the rate of accumulation.
Source: Monaco Tribune
7 out of 10 wealth creators say that millennials have influenced them to invest more sustainably, suggesting that the younger and more environmentally-conscious generation has successfully got their elders on board with...
November 23, 2020 Most Businesses Still Treat Sustainability As Compliance, Not Transformation: StudySource: Which- 50
Too many businesses still treat environmental management and intelligence as a tick-box ‘compliance exercise’ (51 per cent) and the ‘cost of doing business’ (43 per cent), rather than a transformational opportunity
November 10, 2020 MARKET RESEARCH CAN ‘CHANGE THE NARRATIVE’ ON SUSTAINABILITYSource: Research Live
Research businesses can contribute to climate emergency efforts by addressing their own practices and helping to create new sustainability ‘narratives', according to speakers at the MRS Sustainability Summit.
Indeed, 44% of the people polled by Bankrate.com last month cited Covid-19 as a top threat to the economy in the next six months. The personal finance site surveyed 1,010 adults by phone Sept. 16 through Sept. 20.
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