In a growth-challenged world, decarbonisation remains a powerful structural growth trend. COVID-19 has created opportunities and challenges for inv...
Apr 9, 2021
Therese Niklasson, our Global Head of ESG, joins a panel to discuss the aims of this year’s key climate-policymaking event, and assess what investors can do to manage climate risk and make a positive impact. She also explores how investors can help achieve a just energy transition that leaves no one behind, especially communities where need is greatest.
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