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The biggest climate risk is not seeing the opportunities

2 June 2021, 09.30 CET - Add to calendar
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Climate change is both the biggest risk facing mankind and the greatest opportunity facing investors. Robeco’s 2021 Global Climate Survey shows that 86% of investors have put climate change at the center of their policies for the next two years, and that many will align their assets with the net zero ambition in the same time frame.

The message is clear: investors have a keen interest in the climate and a strong desire to work on decarbonization. Yet there is also a substantial knowledge gap, as well as uncertainty about which steps to take. 

While the willingness among investors to help combat climate change is truly inspiring, many are unsure where to start or how to make a difference. The rocky road to net zero is the main topic of our next Digital Explore event: ‘The biggest climate risk is not seeing the opportunities’. Don’t miss it!

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Welcome by Victor Verberk, CIO Fixed Income and Sustainability

Facing the challenges & taking responsibility with

  • Catherine Howarth, Chief Executive ShareAction;
    Changing the investment system for good
  • Matthew Craig, Senior Consultant, CoreData International;
    Global Climate Survey
  • Masja Zandbergen, Head of SI Client Portfolio Management;
    Climate Cases

The Data Dilemma by Lucian Peppelenbos, Climate Strategist

Exploring Solutions by Bertrand Piccard, Serial explorer, psychiatrist and ambassador for clean technologies

Investment opportunities and practical solutions on the road to net zero with

Please note: The program is subject to change and may be updated before the event.

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