Candriam to cut 50% emissions by 2030

Joins Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative

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The firm has also become a signatory of the $57trn Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative
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The firm has also become a signatory of the $57trn Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative

Candriam has committed to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, while setting out an additional aim to reduce emissions by 50% across a significant share of its investment portfolio by 2030, as the COP26 climate conference gets under way.

According to the €150bn multi-asset manager, it has already reduced the carbon footprint of its sustainable funds by at least 30% on average, with a few its funds reaching further reductions targets...

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