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AODP Global Climate 500 Asset Owners Index

1st May 2016 • Ratings

The AODP Global Climate Index is the world standard for assessing the world’s largest investors on climate-risk management. The Index has been

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Interactive Map

GLOBAL CLIMATE INDEX 500 INTERACTIVE MAP

25th April 2017 • Featured - Home, Interactive Map

Find out how the world’s biggest investors – superannuation/pension funds, insurance companies, foundations/endowments and sovereign wealth

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Reports

Major US investors inconsistent on key corporate climate votes

2nd October 2017 • News, Reports

Available on the ShareAction website The 2017 US proxy voting season marked ‘a significant turning point’ in institutional investor support for

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Blog

  • Norway’s divestment of oil and gas: A Nordic utopia or just economic sense?

    In light of Norway’s central bank’s proposal to reduce the exposure of the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) to quoted oil and gas equities, we reviewed some of the logic behind the proposal, other sovereign wealth funds’ (SWFs) performance in the 2017 AODP Global Climate Index and some of the expert commentary on the proposal …

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  • FSB Task Force v 1.0 just the very beginning

    “Events dear boy, events” was the famous quote by former UK Prime minister Harold MacMillan and has since been used as a paraphrase for every situation where planning and scope management are taken over by reality.

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  • What’s changed since our 2015 Index?

    Over a year ago, we released our third Global Climate 500 Report. We found that close to 85% of investors were doing little or refusing to disclose their strategies, and only 2% of investors could calculate their emissions intensity. Meanwhile, the leaders were accelerating in their preparedness, investing more in renewable energy and decarbonising their …

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  • Asset Owners ready to pass on the pain to suppliers

    Back in the mid 90’s, managing pension fund capital had to be a relatively peaceful job. They had billions of dollars under management but few customers or members seriously questioning how they did it and no true competitive market where customers walk if they don’t like the service. It isn’t as if a member of …

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