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Thematic Paper 26.01.2022 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round

Our economy is based on the exploitation of natural resources and on the belief that these natural resources are infinite. We are now at a turning point where we are realizing the finiteness of our world and the fragility of the ecosystems we live by.

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Thematic Paper 20.01.2022 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round - N°5 The fashion industry: making circular the “new look” of fashion

Over the past two decades, a concept called ‘fast fashion’ inherently changed the fashion industry. Between 2000 and 2014, clothing production has doubled while 50% of it is discarded within the year.

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Thematic Paper 10.01.2022 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round - N°4 The Electronics and ICT sector: designing a new matrix
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Since the 1980's, the electronics industry has grown dramatically and has benefited substantially from the linear economy by regularly offering new and better products, pushing consumers to renew their computer equipment (computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.) at an ever-increasing frequency.

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Thematic Paper 16.12.2021 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round - N°3 The construction sectors: road work ahead

As one of the main contributor in terms of waste and in terms of CO2 emissions, the construction sectors is well aware of the necessity to reinvent itself. Besides, the sector faces strict legislations at the EU level and more specifically in France.

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Thematic Paper 13.12.2021 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round - N°2 The automotive sector: ready to step up a gear

The automotive sector has known a deep transformation over the last two decades. First, because the EU legislation has pushed automakers to better treat end-of-life vehicles by imposing high recycling, reusing and recovering rates. Secondly, because the fight against climate change and the rise of electrification are questioning the whole business-model and thus, companies have to reinvent themselves.

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Thematic Paper 8.12.2021 The wheels of a Circular Economy go round and round - N°1 The time of Circular Economy has come

At Amundi, we consider that the Circular Economy is a change of economic model that allows to produce sustainable consumer goods, while protecting nature - by giving it time to regenerate - and ensuring the well-being of individuals.

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Thematic Paper 22.09.2021 ESG Thema #3 - How can investors contribute to Net Zero efforts?

While carbon emissions have been increasing slowly despite efforts to bring them down, “net zero” commitments, however, have skyrocketed.

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Thematic Paper 14.06.2021 Shifts & Narratives #7 - Opening the Pandora’s box of social risks: Consequences for investors

The Covid-19 crisis can be considered a turning point for social issues: it has put global socio-economic inequalities in the spotlight and made them more concrete than ever before. It has also clearly shown the tragic effects, from an economic and societal perspective, that systemic shocks can have on unequal, non-resilient societies.

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Thematic Paper 25.05.2021 Artificial Intelligence Solutions to Support Environmental, Social, and Governance Integration in Emerging Markets

"Assessing the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) quality of an issuer is key for investment decisions, not only to take into account the sustainable risks that might weaken the issuer’s financial strength, but also to assess the product’s impact on key issues that represent a systemic risk for society, such as climate change, fraud and corruption, and social cohesion. To perform this assessment, having access to data is paramount. Today, because of regulation differences, disclosure is different from one region to another. There are nevertheless data sources that are underused and could, if correctly analyzed, strengthen our ESG assessment.

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