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Private markets and the need for climate unicorns

The transition to net zero and renewable energy sources remains critical to our future, not only to reduce the chance of climate change on a catastrophic scale, but also, as Russia’s war in Ukraine indicates, the need to underpin future energy security. 

24 May 2022 | Fidelity International
How the Ukraine war will accelerate decarbonisation

How the Ukraine war will accelerate decarbonisation

The war in Ukraine is tragic for humanity and the environment, leading to temporarily higher emissions as some countries switch to dirtier fuels and away from Russian oil and gas. But in the longer term, it will accelerate the adoption of alternative energy solutions. 

05 May 2022 | Fidelity International
Australia's quest for net zero by 2050

Australia's quest for net zero by 2050

Listen to Fidelity’s director for sustainable investing, Daniela Jaramillo, and Australian equities research analyst, Justin Teo share their views on where Australia is at in meeting the target—the role that the mining sector plays in decarbonisation and the biggest priorities to achieve net zero.
 

21 April 2022 | Justin Teo, Daniela Jaramillo
Chart Room: Long-term tailwinds still in play for renewables

Chart Room: Long-term tailwinds still in play for renewables

The long-term case for renewables was already well-established before the war in Ukraine began due to the need to decarbonise the economy. The current pressure on Europe to break its dependency on Russian gas has only strengthened the long-term need for green infrastructure.

19 April 2022 | Fidelity International
Fashion consumers want clarity on sustainability

Fashion consumers want clarity on sustainability

What’s in a label? Fidelity used specialist reaction-time testing to gauge fashion consumers’ underlying attitudes. The results suggest clearer and standardised signalling on sustainability could play a role in turning the tide on purchasing behaviour.

19 April 2022 | Aneta Wynimko
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