The green economy: regulatory requirement or investment opportunity?

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Responsible Investor in partnership with FTSE Russell

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Despite the urgency of addressing climate change, there is a significant gap in the investment needed to develop the green economy. Channelling more capital towards the low carbon transition, meeting new regulatory requirements of green taxonomies, and capturing green thematic investment opportunities requires better and more granular data on the green economy. This upcoming webinar discusses key trends and insights in the global green economy based on the FTSE Russell Green Revenues data – a unique source providing granular, bottom-up information on corporate revenues from green products and services. As the green economy gathers pace and taxonomy regulations come into force, investors increasingly view the green economy as a broad thematic investment opportunity rather than a purely specialist niche. In this webinar, our team of experts will discuss: The size of the investment opportunity provided by the green economy and its future growth Industries that are going green The global story – which geographies have the greatest exposure? Thinking across the whole value chain Performance of the green economy Speakers: Lee Clements, Head of Sustainable Investment Solutions Research, FTSE Russell Lily Dai, Senior Research Lead, Green Economy, FTSE Russell Moderated by Ben Payton, Special Projects Editor, Responsible Investor
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