Two experienced and visionary authors show how institutions and individuals can go beyond conventional and sustainable investing to address complex problems such as income inequality and climate change on a deep, systemic level.
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This report focuses on actions investors and other market participants can take over the next two to five years to quickly equip the financial industry with tools and strategies to manage existing systemic social and environmental challenges and drive broader industry transformation.
“Whether it’s climate change, income inequality or a host of other stressors, systemic challenges are pushing investors to a tipping point,” said TIIP CEO William Burckart. “The long-term performance of investments and global well-being will depend not only on acknowledging systemic issues, but on taking bold action to do something about them.”