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How Often Do Investors Google ‘Climate Change’?

Jun 2nd, 2020 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Newly Added, ESG

Two scholars at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark  have devised what they call a “text-based sustainability sentiment measure,” that is, a quantification of when and to what extent concerns about climate change are rising amongst investors, with a likely consequence for the success of an ESG-oriented trading policy. The authors areRead More

Do the Capital Markets Reward Low-Carbon Business Models?

Jan 15th, 2019 | Filed under: Emerging Asset Classes, State of the Industry, Featured Post, Newly Added, ESG, Commodities & Natural Resources

A new study by two scholars, an American and an Italian, presents evidence that financial markets are pricing the risk of reliance upon carbon, penalizing carbon-intensive assets and rewarding low-carbon assets. Irene Monasterolo and Luca de Angelis, respectively of Boston University and the University of Bologna, begin with the ParisRead More

10 Climate Change Actions for Pension Fund Managers

Oct 28th, 2018 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Manager Selection, Newly Added, ESG

The International Centre for Pension Management (ICPM) has put out a paper on climate change and on the difference it makes for investments. The issue of climate change has, in recent years, gone from “being considered a niche issue to one of potentially major financial consequences for all investors,” oneRead More