Sustainable Investing

More investors than ever want to make a positive social or environmental impact with their money, while still achieving competitive returns. That’s sustainable investing, and it already accounts for over $30 trillion in assets under management globally.

Why you should consider sustainable investing

Sustainable investing means including not just financial factors but also environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria when you analyze an investment. It rests on the idea that companies are more likely to succeed and generate a strong return if they provide value to all their stakeholders from employees to customers to the broader community.

Source: Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, Sustainable Signals Survey (2020, 2019)

Perspectives and Insights

Now that we've joined forces with Morgan Stanley, we're excited to bring you the latest insights on sustainable investing from the combined company.

Climate change presents risks, but there are ways for investors to take part in positive change.

With threats from climate change mounting, learn how to align investments with a vision for a more sustainable world—while still pursuing financial goals.

Green bonds give fixed income investors a way to incorporate environmental and social causes into their portfolio strategies. We dig into what green bonds are, how they’ve started to gain traction, and what to consider before investing.

Morgan Stanley Research uncovers five emerging technologies that could curb carbon emissions, halt climate change and offer new ways to invest in earth’s future.

You’ve probably noticed that sustainable investing is a hot topic among investors these days. But what exactly is it, how do investors do it, and how can you get started if you think it’s right for you? Let’s take a look.

Learn how to implement sustainable investing strategies and explore investing themes, like Clean Water.

Sustainable funds outperformed traditional peer funds and reduced investment risk during coronavirus in 2020, according to the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing

Examine industries threatened by the world’s water crisis and how investors can help protect assets.

Listen to Morgan Stanley Podcasts

Special episode: Unpacking climate action in congress

Morgan Stanley Research previews environmental policy proposals within the $3.5 Trillion Budget Reconciliation Bill. What will it mean for investors and the response to climate change?

Innovating toward decarbonizatio‪n

Morgan Stanley analysts explore how oil, gas, and utilities companies are tackling the complex transition to a lower carbon future.

The shifting dynamics of oil and energy

Morgan Stanley analysts dive into two stories in the oil and energy markets: changing supply and demand factors amid COVID-19 vaccines and the impact of ESG.

What’s in store for ESG investing?

Morgan Stanley analysts discuss the outlook for sustainability and ESG investing in 2021 with some key themes for investors to watch.