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Q&A series: What is the airline industry going to do to become more sustainable?
Debbie JonesMichael Linenberg
The global airline industry supports 87.
The global airline industry supports 87.7 million jobs worldwide, drives $3.5 trillion of global economic activity and accounts for ~4.1% of global GDP. What is the airline industry going to do to become more sustainable? [more]
This presentation summarises our recent ESG survey of 500+ corporate issuers and investors, primarily in the US and Europe. The results show that both issuers and investors have quickened their integration of ESG over the last two years. [more]
Governments from around the world will parade their climate credentials at the COP26 summit ... but when the dust has settled, much of the pressure to implement their plans will be delegated to corporates. [more]
With demand for ESG products & solutions remaining strong, and asset managers advancing their ESG capabilities, we see asset managers bolstering their dedicated ESG product line-ups at an accelerating pace. [more]
Climate change is one of the most important global challenges of the century. The issue essentially involves developing energy sources that are as efficient, cost-effective and low-carbon as possible. [more]
In this episode we discuss the corporate response to growing biodiversity concerns, which has been slow. The problem is that companies with higher biodiversity risks can find their stock prices underperform. [more]
This deck examines the impact of biodiversity risk and controversies on corporates. We look at the stock market returns of companies with high and low risk. We also note the sharp change in market direction over the last six months. [more]
The commercialization of the lithium-ion battery in the 1990s powered a 20-year surge in the telecommunication and computing industries, with the development of light, powerful, and rechargeable batteries. [more]
Regulatory and corporate disclosure requirements aimed at reducing GHG emissions are increasing. More requirements and incentives will no doubt be needed to be introduced if governments intend to make good on their stated environmental commitments. [more]