Deep Dive: Green standards are pushing innovation in commodities

Commodities critical to net-zero

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Nadège Dufossé of Candriam
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Nadège Dufossé of Candriam

Nadège Dufossé, head of multi-asset at Candriam, dives into ESG commodities

Climate change-related risks are here and dealing with them is an urgent task. The economy requires large scale structural changes if we are to meet the EU's carbon emission objectives and reach net zero by 2050. Significant growth of low-carbon technologies will occur as industries and countries commit to cutting emissions. Technologies that support decarbonisation for now include wind turbines, solar photovoltaics, electric vehicles, energy storage and carbon capture and storage. Commodities and the mining industry will be critical to the decarbonisation process by providing the raw ma...

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