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Amarachi Seery, CEnv, MIEnvSci, PIEMA

Sustainability Analyst

Amarachi Seery is a Sustainability Analyst at Janus Henderson Investors, a position she has held since 2018. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Seery 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.

Ms. Seery 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 13 years of sustainability experience.

Articles Written

Progressing Toward a Sustainable Global Economy

Progressing Toward a Sustainable Global Economy

Why we believe active engagement is key to gauging companies’ progress on addressing environmental and social issues.

ESG and Women – product design matters

ESG and Women – product design matters

Businesses often fall short of the requirements that make a gender-neutral product genuinely inclusive for women. So, how can companies incorporate truly inclusive design?

Climate Emergency but the Investment Industry Can Make a Difference

Climate Emergency but the Investment Industry Can Make a Difference

Shedding some positive light on the latest IPCC Report, which outlines the harsh reality of the current state of the climate.

Nintendo: Paving the Way for Positive Play

Nintendo: Paving the Way for Positive Play

How Nintendo is putting its stamp on the video gaming industry.

Deconstructing Sustainable Design

Deconstructing Sustainable Design

Companies that can adapt their business models to address rising demand for sustainable products may succeed in the long run.

Cobalt: saying ‘no’ to child labour

Cobalt: saying ‘no’ to child labour

Ama Seery, ESG Analyst on the Global Sustainable Equity Team, examines the explosive demand for cobalt – used to power the batteries of mobile devices – and the many risks associated with its supply.