Tackling social and environmental challenges represents an enormous investment opportunity. In less than 10 years, Tesla grew to become the most valuable automaker in the world.
Sustainalytics’ Sustainable Products Research enable investors to pick out those companies with social and environmentally progressive revenue streams from a universe of more than 10,000 companies. Clients can leverage this information to benefit from secular trends and create thematic impact investing products aligned to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Understand company involvement via quantitative and qualitative data points, including percentage of revenues, nature of involvement and revenue analysis.
Use the data to screen portfolios for, or report on, a company’s positive contribution to social and environmental challenges.
Select from 12 thematic areas covered by sustainable products and services, that address the challenges you are prioritizing.
Leverage the insights of our expert team specializing in product analysis.
Identify companies whose goods and services support a more sustainable world.
Analyze, screen, and monitor portfolios for sustainable goods and services.
Improve your sustainability reporting.
Develop sustainability or SDG-themed impact investment solutions.
Complement your ESG analysis with sustainable product involvement.
Impact Investing Themes
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Pollution Prevention & Reduction
Sustainable Agriculture and Food
A Single Market Standard
Consistent approach to ESG assessments across the investment spectrum.
Award-Winning Research and Data
Firm recognized as Best ESG Research and Data Provider by Environmental Finance and Investment Week.
End-to-End ESG Solutions
ESG products and services that serve the entire investment value chain.
30 Years of ESG Expertise
800+ ESG research analysts across our global offices.
A Leading SPO Provider
As recognized by Environmental Finance and the Climate Bonds Initiative.
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Exposure to equity investments that generate revenue from renewable energy and green transportation.
Developed and emerging market companies that align with one or more of the UN SDGs.
Companies that are committed to racial and ethnic diversity as demonstrated by relevant programs and policies related to diversity, community development etc.
Best-in-class equity index that features reduced ESG risk profile with low to moderate tracking error.
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