We’re excited to launch our autumn webinar series – kicking off this October.
Making up the menu of virtual events, we have a trio of thought-provoking discussions around some of the biggest problems facing the world today.
Registration is free and our webinars are open to anyone interested in sustainable issues. You can attend as many of the sessions as you’d like.
Check out what’s on the agenda below and sign-up to secure your virtual seat.
Build back better: The UK’s sustainable future – 3pm on Thursday 14 October
This webinar will look at the opportunities that can be harnessed as a result of the pandemic. We’ll be joined by Matt Evans of Ninety One Asset Management to discuss his approach to sustainable investing during the pandemic. We’ll also hear directly from Smart Metering Systems and The Gym Group about the last eighteen months and what’s on the horizon for their mission-driven businesses.
Our Senior Sustainability Specialist Louisiana Salge will present key findings from our annual impact report. This will include impact measurements, carbon analysis and showcase how well the portfolios are placed to benefit from a green recovery.
Meeting un-met needs in emerging markets – 3pm on Thursday 21 October
This webinar will focus on how we are investing to solve un-met needs in emerging markets – one of the key challenges defined by the UN Development Goals. We will be joined by Tim Crockford, Head of Impact Equity Solutions at Regnan, who will bring us unique insights from managing high impact investments. We will also hear directly from the innovative Brazilian medical education company Afya, demonstrating how they tackle local unmet needs through its mission-driven business model and digital solutions.
Our Senior Sustainability Specialist Louisiana Salge will present key findings from our annual impact report. This will include impact measurements on social outcomes, and engagement achievements that created sustainable change over the past year.
Climate change: the risk of doing nothing – 12pm on Wednesday 3 November
COP26; the global climate change conference, will showcase governments taking ambitious steps to reduce carbon emissions. Carbon regulation, litigation, growing public pressure and technological innovation pose existential risks to carbon, and those businesses polluting most.
In this inevitable carbon crisis, decarbonisation is the only way forward. In this webinar we will discuss the opportunities and the investment case for companies leading the charge.
We hope to see you there
If you have any questions about our autumn webinar series or can’t make it on the day and want a copy of the recording, please email email@example.com.