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The latter half of week one at COP26 focused on the finance industry’s role in reducing emissions, including potential impending reporting and regulatory requirements.
In a new podcast series from Janus Henderson, Research in Action, Director of Research Matt Peron explains the magnitude of the energy transition now taking place in the economy and what investors should consider as the switch to renewables unfolds.
COP26 so far has seen a focus on deforestation, the reduction of methane emissions and decarbonization of steel production and coal usage
Why this year’s conference has been given such high attention from the media and our clients, who plans to be there, and why it matters.
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Adrienn Sarandi, Head of ESG Strategy & Development, outlines the commitments that she believes need to be made to deem the COP26 a success in the fight against global warming.
Hamish Chamberlayne, Head of Global Sustainable Equities, reflects on the previous quarter of 2021 and looks ahead to the opportunities in the world of sustainability.
Paul LaCoursiere, Global Head of ESG Investments, explores key considerations related to climate investing and the path to net zero.
Attractive valuations, continued innovation and an uptick in mergers and acquisitions could help lift the sector.
Jennifer James, emerging market credit portfolio manager, considers how policies enacted by China’s government towards COVID, consumption and credit are likely to shape China’s near-term trajectory.
Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK-based Multi-Asset Team, considers the prospects for financial markets over the next few months, as governments and central banks struggle to deal with a more complex tangle of macro influences.
Inflation, slowing growth, shifts in government policy and the Delta variant have combined to make this one of the most uncertain periods in recent memory for investors.