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We don’t need no education

By Tim Dieppe , WHEB Asset Management on 9 April 2014 Thematic Blog

In spite of what Pink Floyd might think, education, as a five trillion dollar market growing at 7-9% CAGR, is clearly something that many people think they do need. This is particularly true in emerging markets which are seeing significant increases in demand, e-learning and increasing social...


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Sustainable investment trends for 2014

By Seb Beloe , WHEB Asset Management on 9 January 2014 Thematic Blog

Most of the trends that we focus on are trends that will play out over a decade and grind incrementally forward. Climate change, demographics and resource scarcity all fit into this definition. What can change much more dramatically, however, is the reaction of policymakers, the media and markets...


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Sustainability – a real growth opportunity

By Mark Hoskin , IFA at Holden & Partners on 28 October 2013 Fund Blog

On Thursday last week I had probably my most positive and interesting meeting with a fund manager. I met with Charles Thomas of Jupiter Ecology fund who had come in to update us on his fund after 10 years as the Fund Manager. Despite all the negativity around the environment in the UK with Cameron...


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Richard Essex

What will be your contribution and legacy

By Richard Essex , IFA on 21 October 2013 Thematic Blog

As an adviser I am challenged, as all of us are, with enticing more potential investors into the SRI space. In particular I am constantly reviewing my processes to see how I can really engage people with this area.


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What is Ethical Investment?

By Tim Dieppe , WHEB Asset Management on 16 October 2013 Market Blog

National Ethical Investment Week has got off to a great start and  attracted a decent amount of publicity. As ever, there is some level of  confusion about exactly what makes a fund an ethical fund.


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Sustainability should be part of a debate on how we explain Investment Risk

By Mark Hoskin , IFA at Holden & Partners on 15 April 2013 Thematic Blog

In a week in which the Guardian interviewed Jeremy Grantham on why he was starting to actively campaign on environmental issues, I was invited to discuss the topic of risk and sustainability at Citywire in relation to portfolio building and private clients. This was an indication to me of...


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Al Gore's Most Important Talk Ever

By Tim Dieppe , WHEB Asset Management on 20 March 2013 Market Blog

I attended a talk by Al Gore earlier this week hosted by ShareAction (which recently changed its name from Fair Pensions). To my surprise, he described it as: “the most important talk I have ever given.” His mission these days is to promote a shift to a more sustainable capitalism...


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George Latham

Why share ownership is better than share rental

By George Latham , WHEB Asset Management on 12 March 2013 Market Blog

Today, Tuesday the 12th March, is Ownership Day, a new initiative from UK Sustainable Investment and Finance (UKSIF) to raise awareness of the benefits of active ownership strategies in investment management.  We are supporters of Ownership Day, and hope it is successful in encouraging asset...


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Edward Franks

Tripping the light fantastic

By Edward Franks , WHEB Asset Management on 4 March 2013 Thematic Blog

When you run electric current through a tungsten filament in an incandescent light-bulb, you waste roughly nine times the energy transformed into light, as heat.  And those old incandescent light-bulbs always need changing: each one lasts around three months at average usage.


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Going beyond the sugar rush: Novo Nordisk and sustainable value

By Seb Beloe , WHEB Asset Management on 28 February 2013 Market Blog

It is not often that one’s first meeting of the day starts with an exquisite rendering of a 19th Century Danish hymn by a quartet of professional musicians.  The singing along with a crisp, cloudless but decidedly chilly Copenhagen morning served to kick-start a day-long discussion of...


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Mind the gap: consumer perceptions and corporate reality

Nestlé's baby milk misdemeanours are not just "a controversy of the 1970s and 80s". According tp...

Richard Thompson | 5 months ago | read more

Sustainability – a real growth opportunity

I agree Mark. This is encouraging. The emerging markets point also highlights that sustainability...

Richard Essex | 5 months, 2 weeks ago | read more

What will be your contribution and legacy

Hi Richard, thanks for this. I have been tasked with ammending our fact find and in the process of...

Mark Hoskin | 5 months, 3 weeks ago | read more

Mind the information gap

Thanks Clare, As you say Blue & Green Investor has funds in its library which adds up to £22bn not...

Mark Hoskin | 5 months, 4 weeks ago | read more

Let's be 10percenters and invest 10 percent of our portfolio sustainably


Mark I whole heartedly agree with this concept and, in fact have written about this in an...

Richard Essex | 6 months, 2 weeks ago | read more

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