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Our road to net zero in 2050

Our road to net zero in 2050

Webinar

Limiting global warming to meet the Paris Agreement means the world must become carbon neutral by 2050. For investors, this is not just a case of divesting fossil fuels from portfolios. Ironically, exactly these high-emitting sectors require the most capital to transform. Our role is not only to invest in the transition to a lower-carbon economy, but to accelerate it.

  • Lucian Peppelenbos
    Lucian
    Peppelenbos
    Climate Strategist
  • Victor  Verberk
    Victor
    Verberk
    CIO Fixed Income and Sustainability

In our latest webinar, Robeco CIO Victor Verberk and Climate Strategist Lucian Peppelenbos outline how Robeco plans to achieve net zero emissions across all its assets under management by 2050. The core strategy is based on three pillars: we look to decarbonize our activities, accelerate the transition to a carbon neutral economy, and promote climate-aligned investing generally.

At the end of the session, we will have covered:

  • The details of Robeco’s roadmap to carbon neutrality by 2050
  • How the three net zero pillars and its six action points will play out
  • The vital role of active ownership through engagement and voting

    The live webinar will take place on Wednesday 3 November at 10:00 CET.

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