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Global Climate Change Investor Groups Publish Report On Investor Practices Relating To Climate Change standard

The European Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, the North American Investor Network on Climate Risk, the Australia/New Zealand Investor Group on Climate Change and the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change have today published a report detailing the investment practices of asset managers and asset owners such as pension funds, relating to climate change The report details the results of the third global survey of investment practices, which was conducted by Mercer and is based on responses from thirty-seven asset owners and forty-seven asset managers with collective assets totalling more than USD $14 trillion. Click here to download a copy of the media release Click here to download a copy of the publication

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Global Investor Action Plan On Climate Change 2013-2015 standard

The members of the Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change (GIC) will together undertake five work areas on behalf of their investor members in the period 2013 to 2015. Our aim is to help reduce the risks from climate change to investors and the global economy by simultaneously encouraging improved governmental climate policies and facilitating increased low carbon investment. Activities in the five work areas below are additional to those of each regional investor group. Activities will be added or changed as required. Click here to download a copy of the publication

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US$20 trillion Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change meeting in Hong Kong puts the spotlight on Asia’s contribution to climate change and on climate solutions standard

HONG KONG 19th June 2013 -­‐ Investors from over 20 emerging and developed economies gathered for the first time last week to consider the risks and opportunities arising from climate change, and to develop further their collective efforts. The meeting -­‐ organised by the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change, with support from partners in the Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change -­‐ involved members of the four international climate change investor groups, representing over US$20 trillion assets under management. Speaking on the final day, Assaad Razzouk, CEO of Sindicatum Sustainable Resources, based in Singapore, said: ‘Asia Pacific is set to roast the world. Analysis by the World Resources Institute shows that across the region there are 925 coal fired ...

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