Catch 22

“April is the cruellest month,” a poetic sentiment that H&M’s CEO, Helena Helmersson, will surely agree with these days, faced with the real possibility...

Reclaiming Easter

Fluffy pastel-coloured feathers adorn the budding branches in the neighbourhood flower shop, and the local newspaper is full of cheerful ads for eggs, chocolate,...

Short Sellers, Villains or Victims?

Short selling has never been an easy trade. It takes guts to do it, it is not very likely to succeed, and when it...

Don’t Mention the War

After weeks of profound gender-awareness, usually surrounding International Women’s Day, Diversity & Inclusion fatigue is almost tangible. I should know better than test the...

SFDR-Day and Beyond

Contrary to what you might think, the ‘D’ in D-Day stands for neither ‘departure’, ‘decision’ or ‘doomsday.’ According to the U.S. military, the ‘D’...

Join the Cool Club

And just like that, in a few years only, sustainable investing has become cool. The signs are all there, in plain sight. There are...

Spring Meltdown

The sun and the mild breeze of this past week have joined forces to convince us, poor frozen souls of the North, that there...

To Dim or not to Dim the Sun

Geoengineers should, arguably, be considered modern-day superheroes. They are valiantly taking on some of the biggest challenges of our time, like climate change, and...

Raise the Green Lantern

This week my Chinese friends, alongside two billion people around the world, say farewell to the strange and difficult year of the Rat and...

Swedish Centenarians Bite the Dust

What is the first image that pops up into your head at the mention of the word ‘deforestation’? I, for one, am immediately transported to the lush tropical forests of the Amazon basin. Rightfully so, as, according to a recent report by the Monitoring of the Andean Amazon Project (MAAP), the Amazon lost more than two million hectares of primary forest in 2020 alone. Nigeria, the Philippines and many other countries are, sadly, not far behind.

Who let the Cat out?

The internet is awash with cat pictures. Cute, funny, angry, or cunning, they have established themselves as the internet’s unofficial mascot. And, according to...
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