Asset managers accused of 'blind spot' over biodiversity risk and climate crisis

James S Murray
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Findings reveal systemic failure by much of the industry to engage with high profile biodiversity risks with a direct impact on businesses' operations. Credit: David Geere
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Findings reveal systemic failure by much of the industry to engage with high profile biodiversity risks with a direct impact on businesses' operations. Credit: David Geere

Report from ShareAction finds that none of the world's 75 largest asset managers have a dedicated biodiversity policy, while many are still underplaying climate risks

For all the growing interest in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing and high profile investor demands for corporates to tackle escalating climate risks, many asset managers remain 'blind'...

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