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MSCI Low Carbon Indexes

The MSCI Low Carbon Indexes is intended to help identify potential risks associated with the transition to a low carbon economy while representing the performance of the broad equity market - the first benchmarks designed to address two dimensions of carbon exposure: carbon emissions and fossil fuel reserves.

The MSCI Global Low Carbon Target Indexes are part of this family. They aim to reflect a lower carbon exposure than that of the broad market by overweighting companies with low carbon emissions (relative to sales) and those with low potential carbon emissions (per dollar of market capitalization). The indexes are designed to achieve 0.3% (30 basis points) ex ante tracking error target while minimizing the carbon exposure relative to their Parent indexes. The MSCI ACWI Low Carbon Target Index is the first index in the series.


PERFORMANCE, FACTSHEETS AND METHODOLOGIES

Low carbon indexes (select your index by choosing the appropriate Indexes in the drop down menu)

MSCI ACWI Low Carbon Target Index
Factsheet | Performance | Methodology

MSCI Portfolio carbon footprint

Reducing a portfolio's carbon footprint using the MSCI ACWI low carbon target index.

Webinar

Discover the New MSCI Global Low Carbon Target Indexes.

Research

Beyond Divestment: Using Low Carbon Indexes.

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