Climate Change

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28NOV 2019

Two things to watch out for at COP25 (and why climate stocks could benefit)

With the US formally withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, we look at two more encouraging developments we expect from COP25 and why we’re optimistic about climate-engaged companies.

2019

NOVEMBER

14NOV 2019

Markets

Climate Progress Dashboard: lack of action raises risk of significant disruption ahead

The lack of progress so far on limiting temperature rises means more urgent action will be needed in the coming years.

12NOV 2019

Markets

What will climate change mean for insurance-linked securities?

ILS has close ties to natural disasters but we believe climate change will have a limited impact on the asset class.

01NOV 2019

Markets

How global cities are promoting sustainability and helping to fight climate change

The commitment by many global cities to sustainable real estate goals is not only the right thing to do from a social perspective, it could make sense for investors too.

OCTOBER

30OCT 2019

Markets

Global transformation: tackling climate change in five charts

Addressing climate change is not only going to transform the global economy, it’s going to divert trillions of dollars of investment every year. So, what does this mean for investors?

25OCT 2019

Markets

Have we reached a new tipping point in the battle to halt climate change?

The recent UN Climate Action Summit prompted significant commitments by countries, corporations and investors alike. However, more decisive action will be needed to achieve the targets set out in the Paris Agreement.

23OCT 2019

Markets

How sustainable investing could calm our rising eco-anxiety

Increasing numbers of people feel overwhelmed by the challenge of climate change. Investing our money in a sustainable way could potentially boost our psychological well-being.

14OCT 2019

Markets

Disruption from climate change is only just beginning for investors

We are just at the beginning of a very long period in which climate change will have a significant, and increasing, effect on markets. New research suggests investors are not ready.