Currently the Sustainability Analyst at Ethical Partners Funds Management. Prior to Ethical Partners, I was the Marketing Manager at UNICEF Australia for 7 years.
Previously have completed a Bachelor of International and Global Studies with First Class Honours from the University of Sydney, the PRI Academy Foundations of Responsible Investment course, and Impact Investing at Oxford University.
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Aggregate confusion: the divergence of ESG ratings
How markets price ESG: Have changes in ESG scores affected stock prices?
Incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into fixed income investment
How to invest in the low-carbon economy: An institutional investors' guide
In focus: Addressing investor needs in business reporting on the SDGs
SDG Industry Matrix: Financial services
Global corporate green investment and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: How green bonds can help close the funding gap
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Banking on a low-carbon future II: A ranking of the 20 largest European banks’ responses to climate change
The ambition loop: How business and government can advance policies that fast track zero-carbon economic growth
The value of responsible investment
The SDG investment case
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Empowering female investors
The latest ASX Investor Study noted that women comprised 45% of total new investors over the 12-month period to March 2021, highlighting a positive uptick of female shareholders in the equity market, and progress toward enhancing women’s economic empowerment.
How can renewable energy help address the global food problem?
The global food system is at a critical moment requiring transformation to overcome significant challenges. Sadly, the world is not on track to achieve SDG 12.3 — and staggeringly, 14% of food produced is lost between harvest and retail, while an estimated 17% of total global food production is wasted. Agriculture is responsible for 30% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and this is only predicted to increase by 15–20% by 2050.
Intern Profile: Krisma Maskey
Altiorem welcomes you to the next post within a regular series where we profile the inspiring and generous people who are making Altiorem possible. We are excited to introduce our intern profile on the amazing Krisma Maskey.
Investing in Australian Livestock Agriculture: With strong headwinds closing in, do the risks outweigh the rewards?
For investors in Australian livestock, significant headwinds have begun closing in; a changing climate, the spread of animal borne diseases, the rise of antibiotic resistance, animal welfare concerns, and the growth in alternative protein markets all point to a future fraught with uncertainty.
History and overview of the Indigenous Investment Principles
In 2015, Indigenous Business Australia launched Indigenous Investment Principles (the Principles), aiming to provide a voluntary investment framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Preceding the launch was two years of consultations with 40 Traditional Owner groups and Indigenous organisations across Australia, along with investors, advisors, and the resource sector.