We welcome the degree of consensus behind the Paris Agreement and see it as an important step in the transition to a low carbon economy
With the UN Climate Change Conference under way in Paris, Simon Webber discusses how investors can benefit from the drive to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
The ESG team takes a look at recently released reports about the impact of climate change on the oceans and global GDP, and discusses some of the other climate change-related developments in October.
Elly Irving discusses the three catalysts that could result in Big Food becoming the next Big Tobacco, potentially resulting in lower sales growth, higher costs and large scale litigation for food and beverage companies.
The ESG team takes a close look at the latest carbon emission targets that have been submitted ahead of December's UN climate change conference.
In this monthly newsletter, the ESG team reviews recent climate change-related developments, including an update on country pledges ahead of December's United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Savvy investors are constantly looking for new ways to diversify their portfolios, and the ongoing search has led many to look at insurance-linked securities (ILS). We look at one of the key questions surrounding the asset class.
In the last of a series of four articles, our economists look at some popular policy responses, concluding that we should act sooner rather than later to avoid potential future costs.
In the third of a series of four articles, Keith Wade and Marcus Jennings discuss how climate change will affect developed and developing countries differently.