25 Sep '12, 8am

A must read for all commodities investors as WWF launches sustainable investment guide

Banks, financiers, and analysts are being encouraged to promote the long term sustainability of 10 "high priority" global commodity sectors by a new WWF guide to responsible investing. The 2050 Criteria launched today in Singapore is designed to help mainstream investors negotiate "a quagmire of material, reputational, and systemic risks" by identifying responsible companies and projects across the agricultural, forest and seafood industries. FURTHER READING EU to work with China on carbon cutting projects Government touts million pound boost for 'closed-loop economy' WWF says soft commodity markets have experienced unprecedented volatility and price shocks over the past decade and in many cases natural resources are now proving insufficient to meet increased demand. It warns the planet currently needs one and a half years to regenerate the renewable resources humans use i...

Full article: http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/2207639/wwf-unveils-...

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