Whitepapers: Tapping into secular trends

Read our whitepapers to explore four important secular trends our work in further detail
 

Whitepaper on renewable energy

Renewable energy is defined as ”energy that is produced by natural resources, such as sunlight, wind, rain, waves, tides and geothermal heat, that are naturally replenished within a timespan of a few years”. This whitepaper focuses on three central sub-themes that lay the foundation of successful expansion of renewable energy:

  • Renewable Technologies
  • Energy Storage
  • Energy Distribution

Whitepaper on Smart Cities

More than half of the world’s population live in cities. According to the UN, two-thirds of all humanity, 6.5 billion people, will be urban by 2050, and 90 percent of urban expansion will be in the developing world. This whitepaper will elaborate on the investment potential within:

  • Urban Planning
  • Mobility
  • Water Management

Whitepaper on equal opportunities

Equal opportunities are built on the principle of leaving no one behind and promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth for all. This whitepaper will elaborate on the investment potential in equal opportunities through three sub-themes:

  • Access to digital services
  • Access to financial services
  • Access to healthcare

Whitepaper on circular economy

There is broad global consensus that we need a fundamental shift in the way goods and services are produced and consumed. This whitepaper focuses on three central sub-themes that lay the foundation for a more successful circular economy:

  • Recycling and re-use
  • Production
  • Food systems

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