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Agriculture Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Agriculture Investment

Population growth, increases in consumption per capita, and shifting consumption trends will put upward pressure on demand, making investing in agriculture an interesting proposition.


Carbon Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Carbon Investment

Since 2005 China has added the equivalent energy capacity of all power plants in Norway and Sweden. In the next 15 years it is expected to add total installed capacity of the US.


Clean Energy Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Clean Energy Investment

Renewable energy is just one part of the very large and lucrative energy investment area, which covers a diverse spectrum from clean technology to traditional fossil fuels.


Environmental Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Environmental Investment

Today the newspapers are filled with environmental stories - how the environment is impacting society, business and politics.


Ethical Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Ethical Investment

In our view 'ethically screened' funds have made a valid and serious contribution to corporate practices since their origin in the 1980s.


Forestry Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Forestry Investment

All of the world’s population relies on forests in some way, for resources such as wood, medicines and shelter. As a result of this dependence, more than 200 million hectares of forests have been lost in the past 15 years.


Multi-thematic Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Multi-thematic Investment

World markets are no longer broken up by geographical boundaries and as such managing money by theme rather than geography is a more logical approach to take and should add value to investors.


Water Investment

Worldwise Investor Themes - Water Investment

According to the UN, more than 1.1 billion people in the world lack access to clean drinking water and 4 billion people do not have the sufficient infrastructure to access waste water treatment services.



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Latest Blogsall blogs

How the Wallace Global fund is leading the charge on fossil fuel divestment

by Seb Beloe WHEB Asset Management

17 April 2014
Support for the campaign to encourage investors to divest their holdings in fossil fuel companies and invest in climate solutions appears to be gathering pace. Perhaps inadvertently, ExxonMobil’s report on their exposure to potential stranded assets has helped catalyse a renewed debate about... » read more

Top Five Performing Themesall themes

These top rated themes are ranked on their Total Rate of Return (TRR) over 1 year. To find out more about how this is measured, visit our Glossary.

Water9.53
Environmental13.24
Multi-thematic7.79
Agriculture-3.55
Carbon4.85
Clean Energy18.77
Forestry-5.73

Top Five Performing Fundsall funds

These funds are ranked on their Total Rate of Return (TRR) over 1 year. To filter and select funds that suit your investment aims, visit our Fund Library.

Ecclesiastical Amity European 20.27%
Alliance Trust UK Ethical 19.02%
Pictet Clean Energy 17.46%
Alliance Trust Sustainable Future UK Growth 17.17%
Henderson Global Care Growth 15.97%




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