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New report’s findings support argument that green assets have a lower risk than non-green assets

New report’s findings support argument that green assets have a lower risk than non-green assets

Elena Johansson writes on the Expert Investor Europe website about a report from an EU-funded project found a significant negative correlation between buildings’ energy efficiency and the probability of mortgage defaults and supports the argument that green assets have a lower risk than non-green assets.   Evidence fuels argument to create ‘green supporting factor’ A … Continue reading

Four main ways that “greening” can benefit businesses

Four main ways that “greening” can benefit businesses

Everyone is looking at how the recovery from the current pandemic should take place and what should be included. Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada, Associate Professor in Strategy and Innovation, at the University of Southampton and Mili Shrivastava, Senior Lecturer in Strategy at Bournemouth University write on The Conversation website argue that going green should be central … Continue reading