Investing in Sustainability

United Sustainability intends to realize a practical breakthrough towards a regenerative world economy. To achieve this, United Sustainability enables future-oriented direct investments in infrastructure and ecology, such as

  • Technological and building infrastructures, as renewable energy production, energy storage and transfer systems, water purification, desalination and supply, circular economy and closed-loop cycles, green buildings, material and energy-efficiency, education, and health facilities, . . .

  • Nature and ecological assets, such as ecosystem restoration and anti-desertification, agroecology and sustainable forestry, water management, aquatic habitats, wilderness and landscapes, biodiversity, and  food chains, . . . and many more . . .

Risk-minimized funds and financial products in optimally diversified, long-life investment portfolios in the field of sustainable impact (real asset) investments enable both, sustainability and wealth preservation.

Big and medium-sized investors benefit from the opportunity to participate in alternative, illiquid investment funds designed for the protection, strengthening and regeneration of planetary ecosystems and of the human family.

Fundamental to United Sustainability’s investments is invariably the achievement of a “triple win” – the generation of natural capital, social capital, and economic capital accompanied by positive financial returns.

Sustainable real assets

The investment asset class “real assets” covers investments in physical assets such as resources, energy, infrastructure, and buildings. Real assets have an inherent physical worth.

To investors, real assets are appealing for several reasons, as high current income, inflation protection and equity appreciation, low correlation to equity markets, and favorable tax treatment.

Additionally, if real assets are oriented toward systemic relevance and demand, and based on sustainable investment objectives, and if they are embedded within a strongly diversified investment portfolio, they can offer optimal risk reduction. Then, they provide high predictability, stable cash flows and long-term wealth preservation, independent from finance markets volatilities.

Integrated solutions and consequent democratic ownership empower civil society, strengthen locational factors, stabilize assets, and reduce location risks.

The returns from real utility generation and voluntary consumption strengthen long-term performances, and offer strong ecological, social, and economically beneficial impacts.

Sustainable real asset investments can outperform almost all conventional asset classes in terms of long-term performance and the risk return ratio. Thus, real value assets meet the needs of institutional investors as insurances, pension funds, foundations, churches, family offices and others

  • through the concrete improvement of the risk-return profile of their investment universe and, accordingly, the preservation of wealth;
  • on the other hand, through the enhanced public visibility of their corporate sustainability profile.

Harnessing long-term wealth preservation via impact investments in real assets serving basic human needs.

Good impacts

Realizing good sustainable impacts by investing into the generation of common livelihoods and scaling good impacts up for an ecological resilient and life-worthy, just and peaceful world is our passion, goal and success benchmark.

Envisioned ecological benefits are i.a.

  • restoration of the planetary biocapacity and bio productivity,
  • CO₂-sequestration and climate protection,
  • balancing geo-chemical flows,
  • regenerating soils and landscape restoration,
  • saving biological, genetical and functional biodiversity,
  • strengthening terrestrial, maritime and aquatic food chains and ecosystems,
  • establishing ecological business and investment principles.

Envisioned socio-economic benefits are i.a.

  • renewable energy and clean water supply,
  • health and education facilities,
  • infrastructures for agro-ecological (organic) farming and sustainable forestry,
  • food supply and safety,
  • empowerment of local and regional economies,
  • strengthening democratic stakeholder ownership and self-sufficiency.