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?

Making ‘impact’ the norm for future investments

Former head of Allianz Global Investors UK Elizabeth Corley makes predictions for the future of investing and sets out what is needed to integrate impact into everyday decision-making

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

Brands must speak out to change the world, says Patagonia founder

Renowned environmentalist and billionaire clothing entrepreneur Yvon Chouinard says brands must show honesty and transparency in their efforts to be sustainable, and demonstrate responsibility to save the planet

Taking a closer look at non-plastic alternatives

Backlash against unrecyclables is pressing companies and consumers to search for alternatives. While card, glass and cotton packaging may be greener options, experts say a change in consumer understanding is still needed in order to be truly sustainable

The race to sustainability starts in the supply chain

From wine through the post to sports drinks in seaweed, packaging is visibly going green. However, there is a secondary sustainability story behind your sugarcane insect spray or bamboo toothbrush that too often goes untold

Why caring for the planet is good for business

As the effects of climate change increasingly make themselves felt, successful companies will future-proof their business and limit further environmental damage

How to create an eco-friendly office

Many UK businesses are trying to reduce plastic waste and enhance energy efficiency in sustainable workplaces, but change is more difficult in a shared office space