A cleaner, greener approach benefits the portfolio and the planet

Neil Goddin, co-manager of the Artemis Positive Future fund, discusses how they categorise holdings via the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which gives them a solid base for stockpicking. He notes how companies with products that promote accessibility and positive inclusion are favourites, and how we can all benefit from a cleaner, greener approach. He also comments on investment opportunities in the US, following the adoption of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. Neil wraps up using the example of a special climate-adjusted beer, brewed with non-traditional ingredients. Spoiler alert: it didn’t sell very well.

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