COP21 DISSECTED: WHAT THE OUTCOMES MAY MEAN FOR INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS

History was made in Paris on Saturday night. The COP21 agreement is the first climate deal to commit all countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions.Nearly 200 countries agreed to peak emissions as soon as possible, keep global temperature increase "well below" 2C (3.6F), pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5C and review progress every five years.

Developed countries also agreed to commit $100 billion a year by 2020 to help developing countries cut emissions and adapt to climate change.
The objectives have been set, the next challenge is to turn them into action.

View our webinar recording to analyze the COP21 fine print, and ask experts who attended the talks what the outcomes may mean for institutional investors.

Speakers:
Moderator: Véronique Menou, Vice President, MSCI
Frédéric Samama, Deputy Global Head of Institutional & Sovereign Clients, Amundi and Co-Founder of the Portfolio Decarbonization Coalition
Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Director, Carbon Tracker Initiative
Sagarika Chatterjee, Associate Director, Policy & Research, PRI
Stephanie Pfeifer, Chief Executive, IIGCC

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