Preserving Natural Capital by Investing in Sustainable Infrastructure

Jan 19, 2024 | Perspective, Research

Pressure to meet environmental metrics and reporting requirements has increased for institutional investors. Investing in natural capital offers a direct pathway for creating a positive environmental impact. However, the risk and return profile for these investments is still uncertain; many are sceptical of strategies that rely heavily on under-developed nature-based credit markets that qualify public good and negative externalities, i.e. biodiversity and carbon, as tradable units.

Investing in sustainable infrastructure assets provides the benefits associated with investing in nature without the risks. Read more to find out how to create a positive environmental impact with the comfort of investing in a traditional asset class.

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