Nordea: Five stocks for the sustainable revolution

Economic incentives reaching an inflection

 Five stocks for the sustainable revolution

Five stocks for the sustainable revolution

Thomas Sørensen and Henning Padberg, portfolio managers of the Nordea 1 - Global Climate and Environment Equity fund, share five stocks they believe are providing a positive contribution to the environment.

The economic incentive, where it makes economic sense for both consumers and corporates to invest in climate solutions, has clearly reached an inflection point. Before the financial crisis, the climate and environment scene was mostly driven by politics, in areas such as subsidies and regulation. Today, it is all about economics. Investing in climate solutions is a rational decision for consumers and enterprises. The climate change revolution: Two investor misconceptions Companies understand improving sustainability is vital to remaining competitive in today's world. At the same ti...

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