Foundations of Climate Investing intro
In this paper, we examine the financial impact of climate transition risk on global equity markets and find that climate has increased in importance in the last two years, with potential long-term implications for understanding market behavior.
For a summary of the findings, access the research paper, read the blog or watch the video below.
Foundations of Climate Investing video
Foundations of Climate Investing
MSCI’s Linda-Eling Lee, Global Head of ESG Research, Guido Giese, Executive Director, Core Equity Research and Bruno Rauis, Executive Director, Climate Risk Research, discuss the findings of our new report that examine to what extent climate risk has been priced into equity markets.
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Foundations of Climate Investing How Equity Markets Have Priced Climate Transition Risks Research paper
Foundations of Climate Investing: How Equity Markets Have Priced Climate Transition Risks
To what extent has climate risk been priced into equity markets? Is there a “fossil fuel-based premium” discount and a “green” premium? Has this shifted over time? How can we model such risks as the world moves toward net-zero targets?
Foundations of Climate Investing How Equity Markets Have Priced Climate Transition Risks Blog
How Equity Markets Have Priced Climate Transition Risks
Have climate risks been reflected in equity prices? How quickly? We find that major climate-related events have played out over time and are increasingly being reflected in stock prices.