Asset management industry sees silver lining in watered down COP26 deal

Investors should see opportunities

Pedro Gonçalves
clock • 4 min read
Credit: Karwai Tang/UK government
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Credit: Karwai Tang/UK government

Before it started, COP26 was the “last, best hope” to save the planet. Halfway through, optimism faded amid questions of whether the climate talks were a success or failure.

Now, asset managers say the Glasgow Climate Pact did not go far enough in solving the climate crisis but moved the needle in the right direction, if only by a very small increment. Almost 200 delegates...

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