Celebrating Earth Day!

Calling for #CollectiveAction on climate change

22/04/2020
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In April, Schroders joined a billion people around the world to take part in Earth Day – the world’s largest environmental movement. Climate change poses the biggest challenge to our future and the life-supporting systems that make our world habitable – so this year’s theme is ‘climate action.’

In this inspiring video, some of our employees from around the world share the actions they’re taking to tackle climate change. We also hear from Schroders experts about how we’re integrating climate change considerations and broader ESG into our investment processes and client conversations.   

 

Will Covid-19 prove a pivotal moment for climate change?

Schroders’ Climate Progress Dashboard is tracking the impact. Read the latest analysis for investors from Andrew Howard, Head of Sustainable Research. Professional investors can also listen to our podcasts at The Investor Download.

Find out more about the Climate Progress Dashboard here.

 

How coronavirus could change our working lives (and the climate)

Simon Webber, Lead Portfolio Manager Global and International Equities, looks at how Covid-19 is forcing us to use the tools we’ve already got in place to continue to reduce business travel. Read it now.

 

What Schroders is doing to tackle climate change

We are committed to reducing our environmental impact across all of our global operations by cutting our carbon emissions and running a number of sustainability initiatives. Find out more.

Why does this matter to Schroders?

As a signatory to the UN Global Compact (UNGC), we’re committed to making progress towards the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and having a positive impact on people and the planet.

Find out more on the environmental commitments we’ve made to minimise our impact on the environment.  

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