During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, AB’s Director of Social Research & Engagement, Saskia Kort-Chick reflects on how climate change may increase the risk of modern slavery, which can have material implications for investors.
There are a lot of opportunities we're going to be exploring in the responsible investing space in 2024, from carbon markets, which are developing rapidly, to blended finance, which is expanding, to the changing nature of the labor markets.
COP28, the latest United Nations Conference of the Parties on climate change, delivered mixed results on some key agenda items but provided new insights into climate-related opportunities and the initiatives needed to implement them.
From hurricanes to earthquakes to droughts, natural disasters are becoming more numerous, extreme and costly. To assess the potential financial damage, investors must better understand physical risks at the local level.