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A Dirty Business: investing in a new coal mine is not a sustainable investment

Environmental groups are opposing plans for a new coal mine at Whitehaven, Cumbria. The mine was initially approved by Cumbria…

The climate questions advisers should be asking fund houses

CISI member and P1 Investment Management head of research and ethical investing Quintin Rayer explains how advisers can select climate-friendly…

It it Moral to use Taxes to support Fossil Fuels?

In this short article by Dr Quintin Rayer, P1’s Head of research and ethical investing, begins summarising the moral argument…

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Climate investment risk: floods and droughts

Investors may feel that extreme flood and drought events linked to global warming present risks that may not be reflected…

Fossil Fuels: Divest or Engage?

Many investors are acutely aware of the risks from global warming including…

Bulk offsetting: Half measures

Investors are becoming increasingly aware of the climate risks associated with extracting and burning carbon. Investors can see that fossil…

Better than nothing…but so many ‘buts’

Investors are increasingly aware of climate risks and appreciate that fossil fuel companies are major emitters. Primary responses have been…

Wealth Manager: ESG Review – ESG Comes of Age

For Quintin Rayer, head of research and ethical investing at wealth manager P1, issues around fast fashion retailer Boohoo highlight…

Extreme weather climate investment risk

Environmentally minded investors often consider climate risks [1]. Potential liabilities for climate change induced extreme weather events due to carbon…