In keeping with our recent Beach Clean, we asked one of our clients (Andrew Crowder) to write an article for our website about his experiences as a Conservationist with ORCA. He wrote the following. We really hope you enjoy it and thanks Andrew for this – we loved it! My name is Andrew Crowder and,
Katy, Emma and I travelled to Newgale Beach this morning for our ‘Ethical Investments Beach Clean’. We set up our coffee table, sweets and cakes and donned our rubber gloves. We were swiftly joined by our wonderful client Darren Lewis who had travelled all the way from Port Talbot to help us. Better than that,
On Tuesday the 14th of May, we are going to Newgale Beach. Much to Darren’s disappointment, we will not be building sandcastles or running on it! Instead, we are going to spend the morning collecting rubbish. We will be doing our bit to clean up our coastline. We all know the scourge of plastics on
I think you’ll agree that Pembrokeshire’s Beaches are gorgeous – but unfortunately plastic litter is becoming a far too familiar sight along our coastline. Plastic litter can originate from various places such as being dropped locally – either intentionally or accidentally – but most of it is brought in by high tides after travelling many
Last month we sent out our annual ‘Pro-Ethical’ questionnaire to all of our Pro-Ethical clients. We wanted to know what ‘ethical investment’ looks like collectively to our clients. Once again we used Survey Monkey to create a very simple questionnaire that allowed our clients to select measures of importance from 0-3 for various potential investments.
It’s tough out there right now for investors. We know that markets will recover, but you would be forgiven for feeling a trifle negative currently. We are seeing that our client portfolios have currently managed to reduce the full impact of FTSE 100 losses – but is there anything more we can feel positive about?