A quiet revolution has been taking place as environmental, social and governance considerations become firmly embedded in the investment decision making process. As a result asset owners and managers have been moving to integrate ESG into index designs for new mandates on core passive portfolios. FTSE Russell has more than 15 years of expertise in providing sustainability data, analytics, ratings and indexes covering thousands of companies worldwide. Our sustainability data and index capabilities are designed to help asset owners and managers incorporate their ESG objectives and investment strategies.
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Insights from leaders in sustainable investment
Driving better standards in sustainable investment (9:30)
What is STEP Change? A quick look at FTSE Russell’s approach to stewardship, improving disclosure and fostering transparency for the long-term benefit of the market and ultimately the societies we all operate within.
Introduction to Drawdown (8:29)
At the Green Solutions: Science, Technology and Finance Forum we kick off this video series with Peggy Liu, chairperson of the, Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE) who outlines the comprehensive plan proposed to reverse global warming, which ranks the 100 most substantive, existing solutions to address climate change, providing a framework for allocating resources to tackle this important goal.
Development of data capture and machine learning – Part 1 (7:46)
Dr. Ben Caldecott from the University of Oxford addresses the developments in remote sensing, machine learning, and big data and how that will allow society to determine the characteristics and ownership of physical assets, particularly in environmentally impactful sectors such as power generation, manufacturing, and buildings.