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    Online-retail, a low carbon business model

    By Simon Webber, Schroders on 22 April 2012

    Schroders examines the carbon footprint of the online retail business versus the more traditional bricks-and-mortar business and assesses the potential for profit

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    | Carbon | Schroders   


    Interview with Simon Webber: Schroders

    By Arabella Murphy, Blue & Green Investor on 29 February 2012

    Simon Webber tells us about his daily tasks, his best stocks and  what he thinks will make a real return over the next ten years.  He also gives us an insight into what takes his mind off his work!

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    | Schroders   

    Six great reasons to invest in ethical funds, environmental funds and thematic funds in 2012

    By Thomas Maskrey, Worldwise Investor on 1 January 2012 Market News

    Here's Worldwise Investor's six top reasons to invest in ethical, environmental and thematic funds (EET). We examine performance, how these funds can form part of a diversified portfolio and what the future holds for socially responsible investment.

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    | Multi-thematic, Environmental, Ethical | Pictet, Sarasin, Henderson, Schroders, Ecclesiastical, Cheviot   

    How firms profit from going 'green'

    By Thomas Maskrey, Worldwise Investor on 25 November 2011 Thematic News

    A recent article from The Economist’s Schumpeter blog highlighted that despite a lack of strict regulation and apparent dwindling of executive interest, many firms see profits in being 'green' and sustainable.

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    Global | Clean Energy, Environmental | Schroders   

    Thematic Funds: The Risks and Returns

    By Mark Hoskin, IFA at Holden & Partners on 5 September 2011 Market News

    Stock markets fell in August 2011 as the US debt ceiling crisis and the subsequent ratings downgrade shook investor confidence. Against a background of the European sovereign debt crisis and a stream of unfavourable economic data, the FTSE World index fell by 6.79% over the month. The Multi-Thematic and Environmental funds have experienced this fall at differing rates, which gives an investor an idea of the types of companies being invested in and the risks involved.

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    | Multi-thematic, Environmental | Pictet, Schroders, Cheviot   

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      Mainstream press ‘full of piffle and wind’ on sustainable investment

      You beat me to it!
      In my view the press, more mainstream than trade, have a huge...

      Alex | 8 months, 1 week ago | read more

      Can investing in fossil fuels ever be ethical?

      Good article.- I tend to agree that you can't live in a whiter than white world. Instead perhaps...

      Richard Essex | 9 months ago | read more

      Carbon intensity of the Sustainable Future equity funds

      Dear Mike,

      What a great bit of research to show what a difference you are making...

      Mark Hoskin | 1 year ago | read more

      Caveat Emptor: The Next Retail Bond from EnergyBonds


      Couldn't agree more on ecotricity. accounts look very fragile with £22M of...

      John Fleetwood | 1 year, 2 months ago | read more

      Caveat Emptor: The Next Retail Bond from EnergyBonds

      Very useful information. Thank you Mark

      Richard Essex | 1 year, 2 months ago | read more

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