ESG

Energy & Sustainability Sector
ESG

How do you expect climate change to impact US and global investments?

ESG initiatives and the physical risks imposed by climate change are increasingly important investment considerations, resulting in a growing focus on the externalities supporting transition to a lower carbon economy. In the coming years, we expect ESG and climate change to play a material role in assessing the risks and overall attractiveness of portfolio investments, potentially bolstered by financial regulators. Meanwhile, these factors continue to gain momentum in driving consumption and purchasing decisions, even prompting strategic changes around supply chain and working capital. Asset managers will continue to pressure valuation multiples for companies that are out of step.

What we’re watching:
  • EVs
  • Re-commerce
  • Ride-sharing
  • Supply chain evolution
  • Renewable energy growth
Themes 2020

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Investment dollars deployed in US using ESG screening methodologies

$12T

Sustainable, responsible and impact investing assets in the US

70

Pounds of clothing and textiles thrown away by average US citizen each year

72%

Survey respondents age 18-34 indicating social impact & sustainability as an important part of brand purchasing decisions

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Conferences & Events

New York, NY

Jun 04, 2024

8th Annual Future of the Consumer Conference

New York, NY

May 29, 2024

52nd Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference

Virtual

Mar 19, 2024

3rd Annual Fiber-to-the-Home Symposium