Terra Alpha Reports:
Terra Alpha Investments uses disclosed environmental data as a key, material piece of information in our analysis of a company. We assess a company’s Environmental Productivity - the intensity of use of natural resources such as carbon, water, and materials - as part of our process. Our premise is that companies that are more environmentally productive will be the most prepared for - and therefore poised to succeed in - an increasingly resource-constrained world.
Greenhouse gas emissions, primarily from the use of fossil fuels, are embedded into the very fabric of our economy. The impacts of these emissions pose real threats to our society and our global economy. This report offers both businesses and investors an outline for how to consider greenhouse gas emissions in their decision making and provides resources for both parties to take next steps.
Companies that strategically optimize resource efficiency and recover maximum value from waste streams will be best positioned to outperform in an increasingly resource-constrained world. This report offers an investor case for considering corporate materials and waste factors in the investment process, and provides resources for businesses and investors to take next steps.
Terra Alpha operates on the premise that Environmental Productivity (the efficiency by which companies use and impact natural resources) will enhance business and investors risk-adjusted return. This report focuses on the business case for sustainable water management. It highlights the risks, opportunities, and resources available for businesses and investors to measure and manage them.
Terra Alpha advocates for the accounting for and disclosure of relevant environmental data from company operations because we believe it is material to thorough investment research and understanding corporate efficiency. This report is intended to inform investors about the progress, landscape, and accessibility of the environmental data disclosure process.
A primer on what greenhouse gases are and how they work.