Moving the dial on climate action: What are the industry's objectives for 2022?

How can investment managers use their influence?

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Chris Cummings of the Investment Association
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Chris Cummings of the Investment Association

Last year was very significant for collective climate action, in our industry and for the economy as a whole.

We saw record and still growing interest from retail investors in responsible investment products, and the UK's Presidency of COP26 in Glasgow brought a laser-focus on climate change, and the need for urgent change.   There is no doubt about the widespread agreement of the need for action. But there is a long way to go, and with the government and the general public unsurprisingly worried by the rising cost of living, we must ensure the commitment to net zero does not fall behind other competing, and by no means unimportant, priorities. Progress must continue this year.  How can inves...

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