The Triodos Sustainable Pioneer Fund invests in listed companies that actively contribute to the development of innovative solutions for the future. On behalf of Triodos Investment Management, Kumalie interviewed Arthur van Mansvelt, Senior Sustainability Analyst to learn about what makes the Fund unique and the types of companies it invests in. Find out more in … More Innovative solutions for the future
For a long time Triodos has addressed SDG topics when screening companies for inclusion in its sustainable investment universe. But the SDGs are also helping the green Dutch investor to refine what it does, especially on the themes of health, energy and climate action. Check out the ezine to find out how on themes of SDG3 Good health … More How Triodos assesses companies in line with the SDGs
Kumalie was privileged to interview Naty’s CEO Marlene Sandberg on behalf of our long-term client Triodos. Marlene is nothing short of inspirational, and when speaking with her, the old BP Australia strap line ‘The Quiet Achiever’ sprang to mind . And the irony wasn’t lost on us. You see, Naty’s moving the diaper industry away from … More Interview: Marlene Sandberg, CEO Naty
‘The urgency for sustainable food production‘, Triodos Impact Investment’s latest blog article describes investor risk and opportunities related to sustainable food production, and how it invests in companies that offer alternatives to animal protein.
Pablo Cardoso is a Field Project Supervisor for JTI in Brazil. In this interview he shares his experience and thoughts about the highly successful Photovoltaic Program at Jose Luchese School in Lagoa Bonita do Sul. Read the full interview on the ARISE Program’s website.
Triodos Research talks about the importance of animal welfare and the strict assessment criteria it applies when analysing companies for possible inclusion in socially responsible investment funds. They also actively engage with companies to promote better welfare for animals intensively farmed for protein supply. Food for thought.
We’ve worked with GRI guidelines since their first iteration in 2000. They provide guidance to companies who want to, or have to report on their material economic, environmental and social impacts. After four versions of guidelines, new GRI Standards were published 19 October 2016, and are said to be definitive. Their structure is modular and interrelated, and they … More New GRI Standards