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Meridiam chief executive Thierry Déau and ENEA Consulting founding partner Vincent Kientz share their roadmap to investing in assets that are more resilient for cities, communities and future generations.
In the first part of our A-Z, we examine agri-investing, blockchain, clean technology, diversity and education.
The second part of our A-Z looks at financial return, global vision, healthcare, inclusive finance and job creation.
In the fourth part of our A-Z we look at nutrition, oceans and clean water, public-private partnerships and quality outcomes.
The fifth part of our A-Z looks at renovation, scale, the ticking clock of global warming and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
From agriculture to zero waste, our A-Z demonstrates how impact investing is becoming an essential element of many ESG strategies.
So what exactly does impact investing stand for?
The sixth and final part of our A-Z looks at vulnerable communities, women's empowerment, X-ray vision, younger generations and the move towards zero waste.
Climate change
There’s no question infrastructure assets are particularly exposed to climate change. But, how can investors mitigate the risk? And are there opportunities to pursue through resilient investing? We turned to the industry to find out.
Investing for impact has risen up the agenda for many institutions with a rapid growth in allocations over recent years.

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