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Building climate-resilient investment strategies

Building climate-resilient investment strategies

18-06-2020 | Webinar
As the impact of climate change becomes more obvious, investors are increasingly asking how we can address it. The risks are substantial, and we continue to improve our mitigation approaches. But we are also quick to advise clients that opportunities, too, are emerging from the transition to a low-carbon economy.
  • Jacob  Messina
    Jacob
    Messina
    Senior SI strategist, RobecoSAM
  • Cristina Cedillo Torres
    Cristina
    Cedillo Torres
    Engagement Specialist
In this webinar, Senior SI Strategist Jacob Messina explains the climate research conducted by Robeco, and how our findings can be applied to developing strategies. Engagement specialist Cristina Cedillo Torres then outlines how we are engaging with companies to influence corporate action on climate issues, and the progress we have seen in our work so far.
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