As the scientific evidence of climate change is becoming increasingly indisputable, impact investing has become a prominent and necessary aspect of investing.
It has experienced significant growth over the past few years. This trend has been further amplified recently together with the exponential rise of climate finance. According to the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), the impact investment market currently stands already at a substantial size of nearly USD 502 bn. The market is projected to maintain its focus on the global challenge of climate change, with mitigation and adaptation efforts remaining at the forefront of investment priorities.
The current global inflation environment is exacerbating inequalities, with scenarios such as the SSP3 or SSP4 centred on regional rivalries and inequalities becoming realistic. It is increasingly difficult to uphold the hypothesis of intergenerational equality, as the growth prospects for future generations may fall short.
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