PENSIONS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE
Thousands of people, from policy-makers to investors, will gather in San Francisco this week to push for more ambitious action on climate change. To mobilise asset owners, AODP has published a ranking of the 100 largest global public pension funds on their responses to climate change.
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Despite widespread backing, less than 20% of global pension funds intend to report aligned with TCFD
Earlier in the month we were excited to launch our second AODP survey in 2018, shining our spotlight on the largest global public pension funds. We assessed pension funds representing over $11 trillion in assets under management (AUM), holding immense power, influence...read more
60% of the world’s largest public pension funds in breach of duties on climate change, new data reveals.
Over 60% of the world’s largest public pension funds have little or no strategy on climate change, which could put them in danger of breaching their legal duties. AP4, Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (FRR), New York State Common Retirement Fund (NYSCRF), and ABP...read more
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The Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP), part of responsible investment organisation ShareAction, rates and ranks the world’s largest institutional investors and assesses their response to climate-related risks and opportunities. The ratings are made public, providing much-needed transparency for beneficiaries, clients, investors and stakeholders, and emphasised through advocacy and direct engagement to drive change. As the only comprehensive, climate-specific, independent, non-self-selective assessment, AODP prides itself on being the world’s benchmark of climate leadership in the investment system.