August 2018

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Investors are tackling corporate greenwashing

Bloomberg has an interesting article on corporate sustainability claims and reporting, highlighting the role that investors have played in pushing for accountability. Whilst greenwashing remains a problem, the piece argues that investors are creating greater transparency by introducing their own tools and and reporting mechanisms. Read...

Ethical investment options growing among robo-advice websites

Online investment platform Wealthify has added ethical portfolios to their product offerings. Money Observer reports that Wealthify joins other robo-advice websites Moola, PensionBee and Wealthsimple in offering customers ethical investment options, representing a growing demand for investment opportunities that align with customer values. Wealthify customers...

Worthstone launches impact investing awards

Worthstone, the social impact investment firm, have announced the launch of a series of ethical investing awards, to celebrate and recognise best practice in impact investment. Award categories include best impact product, best impact firm and an award for individual advisors. Submissions are open now...

Pension funds warned of possible legal action on climate

BusinessGreen reports that environmental legal charity ClientEarth has written to 14 large pension funds in the UK, outlining how they could face legal action if they do not do more to respond to the risks posed by climate change. The letter outlines how they are...