Investors are increasingly looking for strategies to manage their climate change and carbon exposure, but are faced with limited options. Rather than divest completely from carbon intensive sectors, many investors are increasingly choosing to engage with a number of their holdings and thereby reducing their footprint. Earlier in 2015, GES launched its Carbon Risk Engagement which focuses specifically on large-cap energy companies with significant carbon footprints and intensity, as well as a low performance on carbon risk management. In addition, the selected companies have been assessed by GES to be susceptible to engagement.
Senior Engagement Manager, Flemming Hedén who is leading the engagement, will be discussing climate change investment strategies, as well as presenting the overall engagement methodology and strategy. He will also be giving a status update on the response from the energy sector, as well as progress on select cases.
The event will take place on November 12, prior to the Nordic SIF meeting, from 10-11 at Lindhagensgatan 86 (Skandia’s head quarter), Stockholm. Click here for map.
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