Connecting the pipework: How the investment profession can take a step closer to net zero

We need the right tools for the job

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Will Goodhart of CFA UK

Will Goodhart of CFA UK

‘Do you know a good plumber?’

Leaks, radiators that do not work, a boiler that has a mind of its own - we all need plumbers to keep water and heating systems flowing the right way and there is nothing better than a recommendation from a friend.  It is the financial system that now needs plumbers. Introducing the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero's (GFANZ) report on COP26's finance day, Mark Carney, the UN special envoy for climate action, said: "We now have the essential plumbing in place to move climate change from the fringes to the forefront of finance so that every financial decision takes climate change...

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