How can investment migration help address the twin global challenges of building climate-resilient societies and investing in climate solutions? A question that Henley & Partners addresses in its new study entitled “Henley Wealth and Sustainability Report” and published this week. The report assesses the level of wealth of various countries including Mauritius and reveals their performance in terms of achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The Henley Wealth and Sustainability Report is a study that uses 155 data points to assess average levels of prosperity in various countries, including Mauritius, while providing insight into their performance in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations. It also focuses on their population density and per capita CO2 emissions, both of which are key drivers of climate change. “There is growing interest across the world in investment migration programs as an effective mechanism to improve their resilience to the impacts of climate change and mitigate other risks related to sustainable development,” it is argued in the report.