Nº16 Sustainability, Cycling & Personal growth

This week: Three ESG trends for private equity. Tesla, Tesla and more Tesla. Better than you attitude

Tim van der Weide

January 31 · Issue #16 · View online
Your weekly focus on sustainable solutions to make Corporates, Cycling & Ourselves better + all that overlaps! from @Timvdweide, ex-bikeshop owner, agent @andmoraal and consultant @ERMinsight.

This week: Three ESG trends for private equity. Tesla, Tesla and more Tesla. Better than you attitudes by investors? Peak stuff, and a passionate cycling photographer from Columbia. Enjoy the read!
As always please send me any feedback and/or articles I should feature next week.

Sustainability + business context
Three ESG trends for Private Equity in 2016
Other articles:
- The Tesla Powerwall is being rolled out in Australia as we speak. It’s waiting for utility companies to catch up on this. Gamechanger in my opinion. And the Tesla III will cost USD 35.000.
- “Consumers Who Don’t Seek Out Ethical Products Scoff at Those Who Do”, Why? And is this same dynamic in place between sustainable and mainstream bankers and investors?
- The videos produced by the Shared Value Initiative are always beautiful, simple and good to share. This one explains when business is at its best, guess? shared value!
- “If having more no longer satisfies us, perhaps we’ve reached ‘peak stuff.’” This article explores if we are satiated in our demand for stuff?
Personal growth
- Yes, pressing pause improves performance. Who’s pressing pause soon? Any holidays planned?
- Just watch this movie and see the passion for cycling jump off your screen. Interview with Columbian cycling photographer Horacio Gil Ochoa. 

Opinions in this newsletter are solely those of Tim van der Weide and do not necessarily represent views of those quoted or cited, ERM or its partners or clients.
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