Rapid decarbonisation requires ambitious and exceptional climate leadership – the planet’s survival depends on it.
The level of emissions reduction needed to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement is unprecedented. This monumental shift will require intense effort and leadership on a global scale.
Companies at the forefront of that shift, who show ambition in their climate goals, stand to gain hugely from this worldwide change.
*Schroder International Selection Fund is referred to as Schroder ISF.
Companies at the forefront of decarbonisation stand to gain massively from the shift towards net zero.
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These companies present a lower risk profile as policymakers ramp up climate change regulation, while they will also benefit from lower costs as carbon is increasingly priced and taxed.
As more companies commit to net zero for direct and indirect emissions, a ‘network effect’ is anticipated whereby interdependent businesses must all contribute to net zero goals together to remain competitive.
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Schroder ISF Global Climate Leaders
Schroder ISF Global Climate Leaders
“Climate leaders are companies that have ambitious targets to decarbonise, consistent with or better than achieving a 1.5 degree scenario under the Paris Climate Agreement."
Lead Portfolio Manager
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