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Investors must help form climate agreement

It is now more critical than ever for investors to step up their dialogue with policy makers regarding climate change initiatives, the executive director of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, Stephanie Pfeifer, says in the wake of the UN climate change talks in Durban.

$20 trillion call for action on climate change

A joint statement from a group of 285 investors representing more than $20 trillion has called for a binding international legal framework that will provide the long-term certainty needed to encourage the large-scale private investment necessary to tackle climate change.

Cancun does not solve key issues: Sorensen

The international climate process survived at COP16, but the  UN Cancun Agreement does not solve key issues such as legally binding emission targets and carbon pricing, according to chair of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, Ole Beier Sorensen.
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Investors’ group challenges EU on climate change

The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change will present a position paper to the European Commission this week, giving momentum to the dialogue between investors and policy makers, and offering a united institutional investors’ voice on the requirements for the successful mobilisation of private investment in climate change mitigation. Amanda White talks with the chair […]