Explore our events, podcasts and other content with a focus on preserving biodiversity and creating a sustainable blue economy.
To invest effectively over the long term, you need to understand the long-term trends affecting our world.
That’s why our in-house experts brief our clients regularly on the biggest challenges facing our environment and society, and how these could affect their portfolios – with help from external thought-leaders.
The Deutsche Bank Ocean Resilience Philanthropy Fund Status Update
The Fund aims to make a real and tangible impact in advancing Nature-based Solutions (NbS) for ocean and marine ecosystems’ conservation, restoration and adaptation to climate change. Our January 2024 update includes two significant steps supporting our commitment to ocean conservation.
Does coral have a future? Why all eyes should be on the Maldives in 2024
Time is running out to save the world’s coral reefs, says Professor Callum Roberts, but new findings suggest we can help them to survive climate change
Creating positive energy: how to accelerate green infrastructure
To achieve the Paris Agreement target of net zero by 2050, the world needs to shift to green infrastructure – now. In this feature for LUX magazine, Claire Asher shows how the public and private sectors can speed the move from fossil fuels to green energy.
Entrepreneurs on creating businesses for the good of the oceans
A new generation of individuals are setting up companies worldwide to radically overhaul how we interact with our oceans, and help save our planet while building a sustainable blue economy. Chris Stokel-Walker of LUX magazine speaks to entrepreneurs trying to make a positive impact in the ocean space.
The sustainable blue economy
What is the blue economy?
The sustainable blue economy refers to all economic activity linked to the ocean that takes place within a framework designed to protect the environment, conserve natural resources and allow for equitable development.
CIO Nature Series
Rainforests: the Earth’s green lung
Rainforests provide invaluable ecosystem services supporting climate management, biodiversity, and rural livelihoods—but they are also fragile. In this publication, we focus on four key concerns: deforestation, climate change, poaching and illegal trade, and mining and oil extraction
Giving nature its true value
In the midst of a climate and inequality crisis, is it time to ditch GDP as a measure of economic success? Academics, conservationists and, increasingly, investors are looking to other factors such as natural capital.
CIO Special report
Land – A key Life Pillar
In our latest publication, we take a deep look at the importance of biodiversity, particularly from an investor's perspective.
Markus Müller on the nature economy
What if we redesigned our economic model to take into account the cost of using nature? Markus Müller explains how the health of the world's natural capital is something we now have to articulate and factor into all our financial decisions.
Markus Müller on natural capital
Markus Müller explores the benefits and necessity of a sustainable economic system based on natural capital.