5 impact events of September 2020

FREE WEBINAR: Stock Market Investing in an Era of Climate Change. 8 September

The costs of global warming and its mitigation will have a major impact on equity market performance over the next two decades. As the climate changes, investors will need to understand which are the best-positioned market sectors and stocks as well as those to avoid. James Ellman is the author of "Hot Stocks: Investing for Impact and Profit in a Warming World" which provides a roadmap detailing how to invest in this new reality.

GSG GLOBAL IMPACT SUMMIT 2020. 9-11 September

The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) is going virtual - and truly global - with the GSG Global Impact Summit 2020 on September 9th, 10th and 11th. Over three days we will build a virtual space for you to be inspired, share your progress and collaborate in a wide variety of interactive formats including networking roundtables, 1:1 meeting rooms and deep-dive workshops.


Phenix Virtual Impact Summit is a highly curated conference that enables institutional investors and asset owners to share knowledge, exchange best practices and navigate the opportunities within impact investing industry. This virtual edition more than ever, will bring together a global community of institutional investors to encourage meaningful peer-to-peer dialogue on the challenges and opportunities of integrating impact investments into an institutional portfolio.

EVPA Virtual Annual Conference 2020. 21-24 September

This year’s event will be dedicated towards ‘Building Alliances for Impact’ together with participants from across the world. The Annual Conference remains the leading interactive event for foundations and impact funds. Practitioners from Europe and across the world will co-create content, engage in networking and participate in meaningful discussions about the future of investing for impact, learn through workshops and most importantly, connect with peers.


It’s estimated that Christians manage over 150 trillion dollars, more than half the world’s wealth. That’s 200 to 300 times greater than what is given philanthropically each year. Capital has influence, yet many of us are content to let others determine our investment strategy. We plan to bring a collection of fast paced TED-style talks, interactive discussion groups on emerging topics. 

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