What is ESG investing?

What is ESG investing?

ESG investing is the philosophy that investors should consider the impact that their investment decisions will have on the natural world and on society, as well as any financial gains that they might make.

ESG trends and insights

Ensuring a sustainable blue economy

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Ensuring a sustainable blue economy

The Ocean provides key ecosystem services that are crucial for human wellbeing and the prosperity of the global economy. Learn more on how a sustainable blue economy could be implemented.

Oct. 14, 2022


Energy and Asia: future challenges | Deutsche wealth management services

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Energy and Asia: future challenges

Our CIO Special looks at the rapidly growing Asian energy market and how policymakers are trying to satisfy growing demand – while also reducing carbon emissions and improving energy security.

Oct. 13, 2022


India: on the cusp of energy transition | Deutsche wealth management services

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India: on the cusp of energy transition

In this CIO Special we look at the remarkable progress that India has achieved in its energy transition from fossil-fuel based sources to sustainable and green ones.

Sep. 23, 2022


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Nature-based Solutions and the climate crisis

Nature-based Solutions (NbS) will help us tackle the climate crisis. But to fully harness their potential, we need a precise conceptual understanding of what they are and the benefits they provide.

Sep. 22, 2022


ESG and investment performance: challenges ahead? | ESG investing

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ESG and investment performance: challenges ahead?

After the initial phases of acceptance, then rapid growth, ESG has now entered a new stage centred on performance – both in terms of financial returns and “real world” positive effects. Our latest CIO Special report looks at the changing landscape of ESG investing, what to expect in future and the portfolio management implications.

Jul. 11, 2022


coral rainforest of the sea | The blue economy

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Corals: the rainforests of the sea

This introductory guide to the global threats facing coral reefs – and what we can do to reduce them – is part of our new CIO Nature Series providing insights on nature-based solutions to address climate impacts and foster adaptation efforts.

Jun. 24, 2022


ocean’s natural capital | The blue economy

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Ocean finance: redefining the value chain

As we mark the UN’s World Oceans Day for 2022, we face major challenges in building a sustainable blue economy. This CIO Special, produced in collaboration with the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA), explains how the global financial sector will play an important role in finding solutions.

Jun. 08, 2022


Biodiversity: the new playing field for ESG assessment

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Biodiversity: the new playing field for ESG assessment

Our CIO Special looks at likely future trends in ESG assessment and why biodiversity will be an increasingly important consideration.

Mar. 21, 2022


Natural capital and biodiversity: measurement and investment | Deutsche wealth management services

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Natural capital and biodiversity: measurement and investment

Our special report looks at the topic of biodiversity from a natural capital perspective, and provides insights into how we can start to tackle the “triple planetary crisis” around climate, nature and pollution. With a preface by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Cambridge.

Oct. 12, 2021


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Coastlines in crisis: key risks from rising oceans

Rising seas will compound other effects from climate change and ocean degradation. They will have major implications for the overall macroeconomic and policy outlook, and for investment.

Sep. 01, 2021


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Rethinking infrastructure: technology and ESG

Infrastructure needs are massive across both developed and emerging economies. Our new CIO Special report looks at infrastructure trends and considers infrastructure in a sustainability context.

Jun. 30, 2021


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Biodiversity loss: recognising economic and climate threats

Our latest CIO Special looks at the importance of biodiversity and presents the results from our survey of investor attitudes towards environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing.

May. 18, 2021


Blue economy 2022 | Wealth Management Services | Deutsche Bank

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Empowering the blue magic: act today for tomorrow

Our new CIO ESG Special provides an intuitive and easy-to-use summary of our previous special report on the blue economy.

Mar. 13, 2021


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Asian growth needs ESG

Our latest report discusses the development of ESG investing in Asia as well as the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Feb. 26, 2021


Global sustainability history | ESG trends | Deutsche bank

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Exploring the E, S and G in ESG

Our new CIO Special report looks at the history of global sustainability initiatives, for example around climate change, biodiversity and the blue economy. Read more..

Dec. 05, 2020


Biodiversity | Blue economy report

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Understanding the blue economy

In this special report we look at what exactly the blue economy is, and why it remains crucial for biodiversity and the sustainability of global economic development.

Nov. 10, 2020


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The “G” in ESG: Governance – a question of balance

Our new CIO Special looks at the evolution of the concept of governance (“G”), the final ESG component along with environmental (“E”) and social (“S”) factors.

Aug. 12, 2020


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The "S" in ESG: the ugly duckling of investing

In this CIO Special report we show how social criteria are becoming an integral part of informed investment decisions.

Nov. 18, 2019


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