Women & Climate Change

Jackie VanderBrug, an investment strategist at U.S. Trust, describes how women may be especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change but may also play an important role in reducing the production of greenhouse gases and deforestation. She also notes that investors can use targeted investments to help support women affected by climate change

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Women & Climate Change

Although disproportionately affected by catastrophic weather events, women could nevertheless play a crucial role in creating a more secure future for us all.

Women Power

In a striking change from the recent past, environmental, social and governance principles offer investors greater potential to do well while doing good.

Worth Knowing: Women & Girls Equality

By applying a gender lens, investors can align their portfolios with the goal of supporting gender equality while seeking a market rate of return.

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Worldwide, women are currently responsible for nearly $15 trillion of consumer spending every year.

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