Are You Sustainable? Future-Proofing Your Finances in the New Economy of Work
- About the Author
- Holistic understanding of the world economy and its future direction
- Addresses the urgent need for sustainable investing and lifestyles
- Expert advice from highly experienced analyst
- Written in engaging, reader-friendly style
Are your investments sustainable? Is your lifestyle sustainable? Are you sustainable? As we enter an age filled with environmental, financial and political uncertainties, the key to survival will be the ability to future-proof our personal livelihoods, our communities and our ecosystems.
This prescient and practical book explores the myriad choices that we make as workers, consumers, investors, citizens and human beings. It offers not only a deep dive into how the world has come to be this way, but also guides readers on how to navigate the sometimes ethically complex dilemmas of building financial independence in the face of job insecurity, rampant inflation and environmental destruction.
Let author Morten Strange show you how to position yourself with a portfolio of sustainable strategies that will grow your capital while also growing the seeds of a brighter future for the world.
The Future of Work is a game-changing collection of business books that explore the rapidly evolving landscape of work today. Within the next five years, many jobs will disappear, many will be created, but what is certain is that all will change. The titles in this new series, written by some of the most influential business leaders, thought leaders, practitioners and consultants in the industry, cover everything from business trends and technological innovations to revolutions in work culture and the critical skills you’ll need in order to stay ahead of the curve.
Morten Strange is a Danish-born, Singapore-based independent financial analyst with a deep interest in sustainability issues. He is the author of Be Financially Free: How to Become Salary Independent in Today's Economy (2016) and The Ethical Investor’s Handbook (2018). His commentaries and interviews have appeared in the Straits Times and other media. Since retiring at the age of 33, he has pursued his interests in economics, writing, photography and environmental conservation.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 192
Year Published: 2023
Size: 216mm x 135mm