Adam Matthews, Chief Responsible Investment Officer for the Church of England Pensions Board, offers an optimist’s view of the prospects for more coordinated climate change policy at COP26. He also considers asset owners’ key priorities in the run-up to the Glasgow summit and explains how climate risks are factored into the CofE PB’s approach to sustainable investment.
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