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ESG Opportunities in the Water Sector
There’s potential in clean water access for investors willing to make a difference
Megatrends like urbanisation and climate change pose serious challenges to clean water access. But with challenges come opportunities, and ETF investors can help turn the tide on water scarcity. Learn more about a fund investing in companies deriving at least 40% of their revenues from activities in water infrastructure, water utilities, and water treatment.
Watch the video and learn more about ESG opportunities in the water sector.
This vlog is for informative purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. The opinions expressed by Nicolas Beneton are his own, as at October 2019,and do not necessarily reflect the views of Lyxor International Asset Management or Societe Generale. Capital at risk. Please read our Risk Warning below.
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