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Sustainability workshop

Investing to tackle climate risk

With US$100 trillion investment of capital into decarbonisation required to keep temperatures below 2 degrees, investors have the opportunity and responsibility to tackle climate change head-on.

The purpose of this workshop is to challenge top allocators in the UK and Europe to consider whether we are all doing enough to account for climate risk.

This will be a knowledge-sharing event aimed at helping asset owners understand the issues and the urgent need for action. We want everyone to leave with concrete steps they can take to better integrate climate-related risks and opportunities into their allocation frameworks.

Event details

Thursday 21st November 2019

The Ned
27 Poultry,
London EC2R 8AJ
Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm​

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