Intro for the Video
MSCI's Global Head of ESG Research & Development, Dr. Oliver Marchand, journeys on a scientific trail of climate change from early 19th century France, when scientists first discovered the greenhouse effect, to a Hawaiian volcano in 1958 and movie theatres around the world in 2006, all the way to Paris in 2015 and, finally, to today, as the world commits to climate action.
A brief history of climate change
A Brief History of Climate Change Science
MSCI's Global Head of ESG Research & Development, Dr. Oliver Marchand, journeys on a scientific trail of climate change.
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MSCI’s Net-Zero Commitment
Companies have a fundamental responsibility to reduce their impact on the planet and join the journey to a decarbonized economy. At MSCI, we want to lead by example.
To achieve this goal throughout MSCI’s global operations, MSCI has committed to achieve net-zero emissions before 2040.
Getting to net-zero reflects our goal of taking meaningful action to make climate considerations part of our strategy, operations and culture now and for years and decades to come. It builds on MSCI’s Principles of Sustainable Investing, which sound the alarm to global investors that a convergence of environmental, social and governance factors will impact the pricing of financial assets and precipitate a large-scale reallocation of capital.