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To support projects and companies across all sectors and stages of maturity
All Mirova’s portfolios have a 2°C trajectory, in line with the goals set out in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are at the core of all our investment strategies.
Our clients' expectations have changed. Beyond the pursuit of returns, there is now also a desire to invest in a way that is useful to the economy. Through its 6 asset classes, Mirova offers investment strategies which make it possible to finance projects and companies at any stage of maturity that provide solutions to sustainable development challenges while pursuing financial performance.
We believe that investors–both institutional and individual—are looking for clear investment solutions with a proven impact which are based on a strong economic rationale.
For the fifth consecutive year, Mirova and its 100% owned subsidiary Mirova Natural Capital have been recognized for their approach to impact in natural capital investing and made the ImpactAssets 50’s list.
Close to 150 institutional investors, representing over US$ 14 trillion in assets under management, are calling for a fair and equitable global response to the pandemic, including through fully financing the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, a global collaboration dedicated to accelerate development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines. The signatories have also committed to engage with healthcare companies to promote bolder industry actions and therefore contribute to ending the pandemic.
More than ever, green bonds are the focus of attention and the curiosity they are arousing is equalled by the questions they have raised. These instruments, which are geared towards "green" projects, have emerged as a market segment of their own at a time when questions about the integrity and sustainability of investments are becoming increasingly pressing.
But they will not have it.
Whether it is “grey”, “blue”, “yellow”, or “green”, hydrogen is the topic on everyone’s lips today. While it is already widely consumed in many sectors, its use as a source of energy is only in its early stages. Its applications are as numerous as they are promising, most notably in the mobility sector. For it to become the best facilitator for the transition towards a low carbon economy, many challenges still need to be met, starting with the mass production of a zero-carbon hydrogen which will require substantial investment in the coming years.
If these last years have seen more initiatives to narrow the gender gap, Covid-19 might widen it dramatically. United-Nations Secretary-General António Guterres noted that “COVID-19 could reverse the limited progress that has been made on gender equality and women’s rights”. Eva L’Homme, the dedicated analyst for the gender equality strategy analyzes the causes, the externalities and the actions that will have to be taken to tackle this regressive trigger.
Soliane Varlet, Mirova Women Leaders strategy manager, and Mathilde Dufour, Head of Sustainability Research - Listed assets, provide an update on the correlation between diversity and company performance, as well as on Mirova's commitment to gender diversity through its Women Leaders* equity strategy in a documented Q&A.
The energy, industry, buildings and transport sectors together currently account for three quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions, with mobility alone representing no less than 24% of CO2 emissions caused by energy combustion1. To limit global warming in accordance with the goals of the Paris Agreement, financing the transition of transport towards low-carbon mobility constitutes both an ecological imperative and an opportunity for positive impact investment.