Targeted investing: Social trends offer scope for effective investing. Our expert Daniel Rupli explains what long-term investment opportunities arise from climate change.
Credit Suisse Supertrends are long-term investment themes for investors with a multi-year investment horizon. Six super trends with a total of 23 sub-topics allow investors to invest both broadly and very specifically in fundamental social and political issues of the future. Daniel Rupli goes into detail about the super trend of climate change: How can you support ecological goals while investing at the same time?
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates that global temperatures could rise by 3 to 5 degrees by 2100 if humanity does not adjust its greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why in 2015, as part of the Paris Agreement, governments agreed to limit global warming to below 2 degrees. The main sources of man-made greenhouse gases are traditional electricity generation, fossil fuel-powered transportation, and agriculture/food production. Correspondingly, this also results in the four building blocks in the Credit Suisse Supertrend Climate Change: “Carbon-Free Power Generation,” “Sustainable Transportation,” “Pioneers of Change in the Oil and Gas Industry,” and “Agriculture and Food.”
Following the presentation, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas with the speaker and guests over a sandwich lunch.
The event will be held in German and is free of charge. We look forward to your binding registration.