Using Green Bonds To Build An SDG Portfolio (Seeking Alpha)


For investors seeking to achieve both sustainability and financial objectives, green bonds have emerged as an important bridge to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs represent a globally agreed upon framework that can help investors understand and measure how their portfolios are contributing to addressing critical global sustainability issues.

An overarching principle of the SDGs is to provide a viable model for economic growth that does not come at the expense of certain societies or the environment. The SDGs comprise 17 broad, complex, and interconnected environmental and social goals, with detailed targets representing a global consensus on sustainable development priorities through 2030.

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In the midst of a global pandemic, Apple announced one of the corporate world’s most ambitious environmental blueprints – to reduce the climate impact of every Apple device to net zero by 2030. The plan involves cutting 75 per cent of the company’s existing carbon footprint, not only for its own business but also across the manufacturing supply chain and product life cycle.

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