Sustainable & transition investing with BlackRock

Clients are increasingly asking BlackRock how to mitigate risks to their portfolios, and capture investment opportunities associated with sustainability and the transition to a low-carbon economy. As a fiduciary, we invest on our clients’ behalf to help them meet their investment objectives. Our investment approach is informed by three principals: we provide choice, we seek the best risk-adjusted returns with the mandates clients give us, and we underpin our work with research, data, and analytics.

Capital at risk. All financial investments involve an element of risk. Therefore, the value of the investment and the income from it will vary and the initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed.

Our investment approach to sustainable & transition investing

Our approach to sustainability and the transition to a low-carbon economy is rooted in our fiduciary duty to our clients.

Here for the how

When it comes to sustainable & transition investing, let’s talk about how.


Investors face many challenges related to sustainable & transition investing, including distilling large volumes of data and information, navigating a changing landscape, and finding the right investment products to meet their needs. 


BlackRock is here to listen to our investors’ goals, share insights, and offer investment choices.

Our investment platforms

We provide choice to meet their needs. To enable choice, we offer a wide range of index, active, and whole portfolio solutions across broad markets, themes, regions, and investment styles.

Sustainable Investing

Our global sustainable platform enables client choice. Use our product screener to filter for funds to match your sustainable investing goals.


Transition investing

Our transition investing platform offers a breadth of offerings, and is powered by our proprietary research, global scale, and specialists across the firm.

Risk: The environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) considerations discussed herein may affect an investment team’s decision to invest in certain companies or industries from time to time. Results may differ from portfolios that do not apply similar ESG considerations to their investment process.