How Institutional Investors Can Alleviate Climate Change While Boosting the Global Economy
Nov 12, 2015
- Institutional investors like to call themselves global investors, but when it comes to global clean energy financing that’s hardly the case. Pension funds, insurance companies and other investors manage trillions of dollars, but precious few of those dollars are being invested in renewable energy projects in developing countries — a key linchpin in curbing carbon pollution to avoid catastrophic global warming.
One of the World’s Largest Coal Companies Misled Investors About Climate Change Risk, Investigation Finds
Nov 11, 2015
- In the midst of the ExxonMobil investigation, the NY State Attorney General released investigation results that found one of the world's largest coal companies had misled the public and its shareholders about the risks climate change could pose to its bottom line.