BlackRock, CalPERS, PensionDanmark, Deutsche,
South African GEPF, Australian CFSGAM, Cathay Financial Holdings
among 347 investors urging heads of state to take strong action on climate change

NEW YORK CITY – Days before UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convenes the Climate Summit at the United Nations to spur climate action and facilitate a global climate agreement in 2015, nearly 350 global institutional investors representing over $24 trillion in assets have called on government leaders to provide stable, reliable and economically meaningful carbon pricing that helps redirect investment commensurate with the scale of the climate change challenge, as well as develop plans to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels.

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Further reading…

Click here for Global Investor Statement on Climate Change
Click here for Global Investor Statement and Leadership Report
Click here for Low Carbon Investment Registry Report