Esmé van Herwijnen, Responsible Investment Analyst, EdenTree Investment Management
Esmé van Herwijnen, Responsible Investment Analyst at EdenTree Investment Management, takes us through EdenTree's latest piece of Amity Insight research, which explores the issue of waste from the perspective of a responsible and sustainable investor, looking at how our economic model has led to the depletion of resources and an exponential increase in waste production.
Neville White, Head of SRI Policy & Research at EdenTree
Neville White, Head of SRI Policy & Research at EdenTree, talks about our latest Amity Insight: Hungry Planet Revisited.
A sister publication to our previous Amity Insight: Thirsty Planet Revisited, Hungry Planet explores the risks, challenges and opportunities related to the global food supply chain and a rising population. As well as examining these issues, we will look at the investment value chain via five 'investible themes'.
Esmé Van Herwijnen, Responsible Investment Analyst
Following the publication of EdenTree's latest Amity Insight, author Esmé Van Herwijnen examines the challenges facing the world's cities and asks what it will take to make the cities of the future sustainable.
As well as looking deeper into these issues, Esmé also discusses the investment value chain that can be found in the sectors which serve as integral to keeping cities moving – these are sectors in which the EdenTree range of Amity Funds are well represented, and we hope that you will be interested to learn more about the companies held in our funds which are at the forefront of developing solutions for the sustainable city.
Neville White, Head of SRI Policy & Research at EdenTree, talks about our latest Amity Insight: Thirsty Planet Revisited, which looks at water risk and and opportunities for responsible investors in the $600bn global water sector.
Neville White, Head of SRI Policy & Research at EdenTree, presents on the latest Amity Insight available from EdenTree. Looking at the future of work, including the gig economy and the rise of automation, Neville discusses the issues for responsible investors and the wider social implications over the long term.