Emerging markets boast prosperity for sustainable development

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Co-written by Devin de Vries, CEO at WhereIsMyTransport and Martin Soderberg, Partner at Spear Capital

The idea that emerging markets need to develop sustainably is hardly new. Rooted in the observation that a “development at any cost” simply isn’t tenable in the long term, its case has been bolstered by global efforts to avert climate catastrophe. For a long time, however, the prevailing logic was that sustainable development comes at a cost, especially when it comes to investor returns.

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