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  1. Electric vehicles: the future of sustainable transport

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) envisages that global carbon emissions will need to reach net zero by 2050 to limit global warming. Industries can take action by switching to renewable energy sources and using carbon capture technologies to achieve this goal.

  2. Carbon markets: Invest in greenhouse gas emissions

    Carbon markets: Invest in greenhouse gas emissions

    Carbon is an emerging asset class that could potentially rival the global oil market in size.

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    Metamorphosis 25: Asia’s transformation accelerates

    How will advances in technology, finance and sustainability shape this vibrant region’s next stage of growth?

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    Closing the gender gaps. Equal financial opportunities for women.

    Women want and deserve the opportunity for long-term financial independence but there are "gaps" that need to be overcome in order for them to achieve this. Three Credit Suisse reports examine the specific challenges that women face with regard to wealth generation, the labor market, and leadership opportunities in the corporate world. So, what stands between women and a more equitable financial future?

  5. Renewable energy innovation accelerates transition to net zero

    Renewable energy innovation accelerates transition to net zero

    Technology improvements have driven significant cost reductions in renewables over the last decade, helping achieve near-global grid parity. A new round of innovations – making renewables more economical, efficient and available – is likely to accelerate the global progress towards clean energy adoption and carbon neutrality.

  6. Post COP26, who's building the road to net zero?

    The Critical Climate Conversations podcast series asks: What now? We know that when it comes to the climate transition, the cost of not acting is higher than the cost of acting. But with only eight years, by some estimates, to achieve the necessary 1.5-degree climate outcome, are corporate and societal leaders mobilizing the system, transforming and reinventing the norms? As individuals, are our best efforts just a drop in the ocean in our fight to combat climate change?

  7. Young consumers may drive the speed of environmental change

    Young consumers may drive the speed of environmental change

    The choices of consumers aged 16 to 40 will determine whether long-term emissions plans are likely to be met. They will have a significant influence on the environment, as soon they will be the group spending the most money on – potentially sustainable – products and services. 

  8. Sustainable fashion: Your personal consumer footprint

    Global in nature, the fashion industry has high levels of carbon emissions, water and pesticide use, and is associated with social and labor-related issues. With nearly every person on the planet contributing to this industry, improved consumer behavior would undeniably help reduce its overall environmental footprint.

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    Entrepreneurial gender gap – funding is still a struggle

    One of the key barriers that female entrepreneurs face when developing their businesses is a lack of access to venture capital or funding. 

  10. The pandemic is no longer the sole worry

    The pandemic is no longer the sole worry

    For the second time in a row, the Swiss have named the coronavirus pandemic as their main worry but, in almost the same breath, they now also name climate change and retirement provision.