Calling on water-intensive industries to do more

Water-intensive sectors, such as those in manufacturing and production, are under more pressure than ever to take greater responsibility for their water consumption

Why impact investing isn’t just for millennials

Younger investors are said to care more about the environment than older generations, but are financial services companies prioritising millennials and overlooking their senior peers when it comes to sustainable investing?

Passion investing is shaking up market dynamics

Stocks that capitalise on social trends and the public’s appetite for impact investing are shaking up traditional stock market dynamics

Making a social impact beyond the hype

Companies are often accused of greenwashing if their corporate social responsibility programmes fail to live up to the hype. To make a meaningful impact, they must measure what they’re doing and be transparent when things don’t go to plan

Infrastructure investors making ESG a priority

Growing awareness of responsible investing, which considers environmental, social and governance factors, has transformed the conversation in the infrastructure sector

Real diversity and inclusion demands a wider scope

Organisations need to widen their understanding of diversity and inclusion beyond gender and race

Stakeholder theory: helping business do good and do well

Business is increasingly being rethought so it operates sustainably for people and the planet, as well as for profit

How responsible mining can benefit economies

Conveyor belt moving rock ore in the production plant at Randgold Resources’ LouloGounkoto complex in Mali

Mining has a major impact on the environment, but it also represents a valuable opportunity to benefit national economies and local communities