Socially responsible investing

Will flight shame take off?

Flight shame, or the guilt travellers feel about the harmful emissions produced by air travel, is starting to reduce passenger numbers in Sweden. If this behaviour spreads to the rest of Europe, and in particular begins to influence corporates to cut down on flights, European airlines face a threat to which there is no obvious solution.

01 October 2019 | Fidelity International
'Do good' culture on the rise

'Do good' culture on the rise

Investor demand is increasingly moving from “do no harm” to “do good” in the global search for their capital allocation, fuelling a significant shift in asset management.

23 September 2019 | Sarah-Jane Tasker
Why ESG has moved from nice-to-do to must-do

Why ESG has moved from nice-to-do to must-do

Investors increasingly care about ESG. Traditionally we could rely on authorities to take our concerns into account and update the regulatory framework accordingly. But, with political polarisation increasing, this mechanism is coming undone.

29 July 2019 | Kate Howitt
Teaming up in Asia to target coal financing

Teaming up in Asia to target coal financing

When large global asset managers come together to speak as one on an issue, the impact can reverberate beyond the board room and encourage stricter sustainable policies.

04 June 2019 | Fidelity International
Pursuing an active sustainable strategy

Pursuing an active sustainable strategy

The increased focus on ESG  is transforming investing and delivering positive outcomes for investors and society more broadly.

13 May 2019 | Fidelity International
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