ESG strategies lose less money than non-ESG funds during market declines.
We call upon all other pension providers to join MMMM! It’s going to take us all coming together to create an investment system that works for everyone. One that rewards positive impact to planet and society. Collectively we have the power to make this change – and inaction will impact us all.
Our organisation exists to help young people get involved in tackling the climate crisis, and to have to pay our pensions into a scheme that invests in companies that are driving this crisis seemed scarcely believable.
I strongly believe that people would make more ethical choices if they knew and understood where their pension money was invested so wholeheartedly support this campaign.
Writer, director, co-founder of Red Nose Day and UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate, Richard Curtis is leading the new Make My Money Matter campaign to help members of the public match their finances with their values. We talk to him about his extraordinary life and what has now driven him to focus on motivating everyone to demand that their money builds a better world.
On the 29 June the CSB hosted their COP26 Business Leaders Event.
High profile speakers from business and government with support from HRH The Prince of Wales leant their weight behind the CSB launching a Decade of Difference; to build the momentum behind business and government delivering joint action for a carbon negative/nature positive future.
As current and former central bankers, we believe the pandemic offers a unique chance to green the global economy
In the UK, our built environment is responsible for almost 30% of total greenhouse gas emissions. And yet this sector has significant potential to decarbonise and unlock wider benefits across the economy: energy savings that increase consumer spending power, healthier homes that reduce the burden on our health system, and the creation of new skilled jobs that can help stimulate the UK’s economic recovery.