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COP26 - Next Steps to Net Zero

Special Report - 9 December 2021

The world looked on as leaders from politics and finance pledged to redouble their efforts to limit climate change at COP26 last month, but what are the implications for asset owners? ESG Investor’s new special report, ‘Next Steps to Net Zero’, provides expert insight and analysis of the key initiatives and developments from the Glasgow summit.

Our roundtable panellists provide a clear-eyed perspective on the headline outcomes from two weeks of negotiations, sharing their views on the critical steps needed from developed countries and the private sector to ‘keep 1.5 degrees alive’. In addition, we examine how and whether COP26 moved the needle in key areas of practical concern to asset owners, from climate reporting and carbon trading to renewables investment and biodiversity risks.

Report Contents

Roundtable - COP26 and Beyond

Sponsored Statement - Time to Consider a Multi-Asset Strategy?

Biodiversity - Double Trouble

Sponsored Statement - Pressure to Accurately Disclose Carbon Emissions is Building

Renewables - The Rush to Renewables

Sponsored Statement - Selecting Stocks for an Environmentally Sustainable Future

Fossil Fuels - Making Policy in Public

Sponsored Statement - Winners and Losers in a Warming World

Climate Reporting - A Measure of Intent

Finance Sector - Brothers in Arms?

Sponsored Statement - Listed Impact Investing: A Crucial Role for a Sustainable Future

Carbon Markets - Dawn of a New Era

Postcard from the Edge - Greetings from Davos-on-Clyde

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