Articles - Avoiding greenwashing in environmentally friendly portfolios

While many climate-focused or Paris-aligned investment strategies do display reduced carbon intensity or temperature at the portfolio level, these improvements are not always seen at the company or stock level within it, leading to a portfolio that may have good environmental credentials on the whole, but remains invested in companies who are not environmentally positive. We’ll show you how to avoid portfolio greenwashing while ensuring your investments align with your broader engagement activities and overall environmental goals.

Felix Goltz, Research Director, Scientific Beta
Erik Christiansen, ESG and Low Carbon Investment Specialist, Scientific Beta
Chair: Karen Hurst, Senior Policy Advisor: Investment & Stewardship


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