Hans Rosling’s (RIP) book Factfulness* explains that our minds automatically gravitate to binaries – the us vs them, good vs bad – and an intrinsic need to cram people and things into buckets. This is a particularly challenging when applied to the evolving spectrum of sustainable finance and its alphabet soup of acronyms.

One of the most common queries we get at TIIME is: so what’s the difference between impact investing and ES...

The fall kicked off with a series of events that reminded us how far the sustainable finance movement has come in the last few years. From London to Prague, Frankfurt to Luxembourg, TIIME joined forces with investment funds, CFAs and other financial leaders paving the way to the Impact Economy - moving beyond the lens of ESG to driving positive societal and environmental impact through investment and business models. #ImpactIm...

October 16, 2019

Have you ever struggled with the definition of sustainability? Or maybe you have a definition of sustainability that seems to be from a different perspective?

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A couple of months ago I had a conversation with some fellow sustainability enthusiasts.  During the conversation we noted that we were not on the same page. Even though we were all self-declared sustainability enthusiasts, w...

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