BusinessGreen Leaders Awards: The Big Questions with Earth Capital

BusinessGreen staff
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VIDEO: Investment firm's chief sustainability officer Richard Burrett and chief investment officer Gordon Power take our questions on the importance of green investing, industry trends, and hopes for reaching net zero

Earth Capital is an investment management group founded in 2008 which invests exclusively in sustainable technologies and infrastructure. It's track record extends to over 256 investments, generating an internal rate of return of 28.5 per cent with sustainable investments earning a 1.6 times higher return.

Ahead of the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards, for which Earth Capital is in the running for the ESG Investor of the Year award, the firm's chief sustainability officer Richard Burrett and chief investment officer Gordon Power answer our Big Questions on the net zero transition, the big trends ahead, and the hope of averting climate catastrophe to build a greener society.

This article is part of Earth Capital's partnership with the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2020, which will this year take place online on 14th and 15th October.

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