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Return of Transition: The economic impacts of sustainable pathways

Join the unveiling our first annual long-term integrated outlook where we explore how the energy and social inclusivity transitions are expected to affect the markets, and how investors can participate in the opportunities and mitigate downside risks over the next 15 years.
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For more than 25 years, Triodos Investment Management has been investing to generate social and environmental impact alongside healthy financial returns. We offer impact investment funds that are suited to the aims of institutionals, intermediaries, and individual investors. Visit us at www.triodos-im.com

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