China and Sustainability

China and electric vehicles

Six things to know

China is building and selling more electric vehicles than ever - but why? And how is policy driving the electric car industry? These 6 factors explain.

Videos

on climate change at the Sovereign Investment Circle

Climate change: how to adapt in a changing world?

Climate change investing is changing and Michael Baldinger, Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing, explains what that means for investors.

Climate change investing - our solutions

Climate change risks require smarter investment solutions and Michael Baldinger explains how we create them.

Shenzhen

China's sustainable city

Shenzhen has emerged as China's leading city for sustainability policies, but how?

China's battle with food waste, food shortages and climate change

Food waste, food shortages and climate change are huge challenges in China. What's the solution?

Past editions

Monthly foresights
 

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