Three ways to invest towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

At the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, UBS launched a white paper that set out a blueprint for channeling private wealth into the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It argued that private capital is likely to be particularly important in achieving the goals of: zero hunger; quality education; good health and well-being; affordable and clean energy; sustainable industry, innovation, and infrastructure; and climate action.

Read the full article by James Gifford (Senior Impact Investing Strategist at UBS Wealth Management) and Nicole Neghaiwi (Impact Investing Strategist at UBS Wealth Management)

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