While stewardship and ESG awareness are increasingly part of our firmwide philosophy, we offer a range of dedicated sustainable strategies for clients who want to express their investment intent directly.
Invests in the equities of public companies that we believe are solving the world’s biggest social and environmental problems
Seeks to invest in fixed income issues whose proceeds help solve great social and environmental problems
Invests in companies focused on climate mitigation or adaptation
Invests in companies that contribute to or benefit from secular development trends in emerging markets
Quantitative strategy aimed at investing in companies contributing to a lower-carbon future
Invests in a combination of what we believe are ESG leaders and businesses showing improvements in ESG
Invests in multinational companies that we believe can sustain high return on capital and that display exemplary corporate stewardship
Since the early 1980s, our investment teams have periodically collaborated on a firmwide, interdisciplinary research initiative called Future Themes, exploring bold, provocative ideas to anticipate major global challenges and potential solutions. This tradition, which continues today, informs our sustainable investing research.
When market participants lack, discount, or ignore relevant data, the resulting information gaps create asset mispricing that active managers may exploit to generate alpha for clients.
Our director of sustainable investment addresses five key inefficiencies in the sustainable investing universe and explains how we believe investors can take advantage of them.
The 17 UN SDGs are a blueprint for raising global economic growth, lowering inequality, and protecting the environment for future generations.
Learn why our investment professionals think the SDGs are such an important framework, and how we work to support them.
Working with Woods Hole Research Center, we are studying how the physical effects of climate change — heat, drought, flooding, and other variables — will affect capital markets and asset prices.
By integrating climate science data with financial data and using those findings in our investment process, we hope to help companies identify, measure, and manage their exposure to these risks and be able to relay that information to capital providers, investors, and regulators.
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