S&P Dow Jones Indices extends climate transition and Paris-aligned indices

Michael Holder
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The indices will take into account compliance with the Paris Agreement
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The indices will take into account compliance with the Paris Agreement

Firm expands 2050 Climate Select Index Series and S&P Net Zero 2050 Paris-aligned Select Index Series in bid to aid investors looking to back the net zero transition

Investors seeking deeper scrutiny of major companies' climate and net zero plans have been given a boost this week, after S&P Dow Jones Indices announced the extension of two of its green corporate performance...

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