These online tools bring sustainability to the depot

Wind turbines in Steinenkirch in Baden-Wuerttemberg

Investments in wind power or solar energy are particularly sustainable.


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Frankfurt The digital globe on the screen rotates slowly around itself. Almost all countries are colored red, many of them dark red, only a handful are marked blue. Below, in large letters, the reason for the color choice: 4.3 degrees. “This portfolio has a very large warming potential,” it says there. The operators of the online platform consider the effects of companies in Germany to be so drastic Leading index Dax on the climate.

With the digital application, the private Swiss Globalance Bank wants to make it easier for investors to check their deposits for sustainability. It promises consumers transparency and clarity in a market that is growing steadily – and it is not alone.

More and more providers are now making online applications of various designs and complexity available to consumers so that they can control their depot with regard to the most common sustainability criteria – and ideally adjust it directly.

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