Amarachi Seery, CEnv, MIEnvSci, MIEMA
Amarachi Seery is a Sustainability Analyst at Janus Henderson Investors, a position she has held since 2018. Prior to joining the firm, Amarachi worked as a sustainability professional in the property sector, first as a scheme manager for BREEAM (green building certification) and later teaching others how to certify green buildings before moving into constructing them.
Amarachi earned a BSc in environmental management from the University of Hertfordshire and graduated with a master’s degree in interdisciplinary design for the built environment from Cambridge University, Wolfson College. She holds the Chartered Environmentalist designation and has 15 years of sustainability experience.
Introducing the Global Sustainable Equity annual report
The Global Sustainable Equity Team introduce their fourth Annual Sustainability Report.
Progressing toward a sustainable global economy
Why we believe active engagement is key to gauging companies’ progress on addressing environmental and social issues.
Climate emergency but the investment industry can make a difference
Amarachi Seery, Sustainability Analyst, sheds some positive light on the latest IPCC Report which outlined the harsh reality of the current state of the climate.
Nintendo: paving the way for positive play
Hamish Chamberlayne and Ama Seery, members of the Global Sustainable Equity Team, discuss how Nintendo is putting its stamp on the video gaming industry.
Sustainable design in consumer products
Charlotte Nisbet, Governance and Responsible Investment Analyst, explores the importance of sustainable design in consumer products.
Deconstructing sustainable design
In the first of a series on sustainable design, Ama Seery, Sustainability Analyst on the Global Sustainable Equity Team, breaks down sustainable design and explains how the team incorporate it into their investment approach.
Cobalt: saying ‘no’ to child labour
Ama Seery, analyst within the global Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) Team headed by Hamish Chamberlayne, examines the explosive demand for cobalt to power new technologies and the many risks associated with its supply.