Barron's had a short article on Climate change funds, maybe in honor of the Glasgow conference.https://www.barrons.com/articles/climate-policies-fund-choices-51636068332?mod=past_editions
I have been putting small amounts into solar, wind and alternative energy ETFs mostly but a lot of them seem based only on indexes, and I think active management has a far better chance of success.
The other push for "ESG" funds seems to be too broad to allow a focus only on the transition to a low carbon environment.
This will concentrate on alternative energy, grid development, energy storage, nuclear power, materials like lithium, uranium, carbon capture, water infrastructure etc, not good governance, inclusiveness, or other desirable social goals that have little to do with low carbon.
There seem to be only a few actively managed Climate Change Funds available, like GMOs' GCCHX but it has minimums far out of the reach of mere mortals. A number of hedge funds are getting involved, and have lots of information, but again unless you have $1,000,000 or more you are on your own.
Has anyone done any significant research here?