CEO Ian Simm speaks to BBC World Service Business on Climafuel and climate change
Is climate change likely to destroy value in the energy sector, and how can investors respond to mitigate this risk?
What is the impact of climate change, both the realities and the myths, on investments?
Bruce Jenkyn-Jones says geopolitical events have shown the need for energy diversification.
Bruce Jenkyn-Jones, Head of Listed Equities, Impax Asset Management picks out some of the growth areas among environ
David Richardson discusses the key points in the Impax white paper; The Investment Case for Fossil Fuel Divestment
Ian Simm, chief executive officer of Impax Asset Management, talks about opportunities in investing based on climate
Ian Simm debates the case for investing in resource optimisation stocks, highlights the compelling drivers and ident
The spike in oil is creating opportunities in renewable energy stocks, says David Richardson, Managing Director at I
Financial analysts are warning that tighter regulations on carbon dioxide emissions and falling demand could make fo
Ian Simm talks about the environmental impact of fracking and how energy investors are more likely to make returns i
Yesterday (17 July 2013) a Climate Commission report warned that 80 per cent of fossil fuels will need to stay in th
Impax Asset Management CEO Ian Simm discusses the company's investment strategy with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Te
Bruce Jenkyn-Jones Managing Director, Listed Equity Team, Impax Asset Management, talks about his background, job pr
Ian Simm, CEO of IMPAX Investment Management should be cloned and sent forth to talk about sustainable investing aro
Population growth is creating a strain on natural resources, so can funds profit by investing in companies finding m
Nearly half of the world's population will live in areas of high water stress by 2030.
Bruce Jenkyn-Jones joins a discussion reviewing Dieter Helm's book "The Carbon Crunch: How We're Getting Climate Cha
Bruce Jenkyn-Jones, co-fund manager of the Impax Environmental Markets investment trust, believes Obama could change