We all have a moral imperative to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions

Written by Karina Sidenius on 19th Jul 2019



Finding the balance

It is this premise which lies behind much of what we do at Abundance. From the beginning we wanted to enable ordinary people to be part of the solution by linking up the way we each use our money with the world we want to see. Our approach is to balance pragmatism, or what we know works, with innovation, or what might work soon. On top of that is a layer of our own judgment — is this fundamentally good? Sometimes the solution doesn’t fit all three criteria, but the greater good is always clear.

We must all do more

We have a moral imperative to do all we can to achieve Net Zero not just for ourselves as a single nation but as a leading part of a global society too. For some that will mean investing according to our capability, not just our perceived share of responsibility. For others it will mean supporting technologies or solutions that bridge towards the goal that in normal situations we might disagree with. The perfect should not be the enemy of the good in our collective effort to drive us towards our goal.

Risk warning

As with any investment product there are risks. Part or all of your original invested capital may be at risk and any return on your investment depends on the success of the project invested in. You should be prepared to hold Abundance investments for their full term and investments may not be readily realisable. Estimated rates of return can be variable and estimates are no guarantee of actual return. Specific risks will apply in relation to each product. Consider all risks before investing and read the Offer Document for each investment.

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