Notwithstanding the human tragedy that is unfolding before our eyes in Ukraine, Russia’s invasion has underlined the need for secure energy supplies.
Given we are in an Age of Transformation, it is unsurprising that the fast-moving flow of 2021 market and economic upheavals looks set to continue into 2022.
As the dust settles from COP26 in Glasgow, there is little consensus around whether this heavily hyped event can be considered a success or a failure.
There is a tendency to look at the quest to decarbonise our economies as a task that simply requires the right collective mindset and mobilising the necessary financing to achieve it.
As the world evolves towards a more sustainable future, there has been rigorous action to reduce consumption and waste.
There is no escaping the changes that will drive the 21st century forward. Demographic shifts are responding to an ageing population.
The Great Instability is the label we use to describe the fragility of modern society.
After the ‘green rally’ of 2020, it is unsurprising that markets have been more turbulent for environmentally-driven investments so far this year.
If money makes the world go around, undoubtedly, it is market volatility that provides the necessary momentum. Global markets have always required volatility to create investment …