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Instos issue climate challenge ahead of G7

Posted by Anton Murray Consulting on . Posted in Funds Management MC


Australia’s largest investors have joined 288 institutions representing US$26 trillion to call on governments around the world to address climate change. The 2018 Global Investor Statement to Governments on Climate Change has been delivered to government leaders ahead of the G7 Summit, which is held in Canada on 8 and 9 June. The statement, made by 288 institutions with US$26 trillion in assets under management, called on governments to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.

The key objective of the Paris Agreement is to keep global average temperature rises to well below 2 degrees above pre-industrial levels and preferably to 1.5 degrees. Australian signatories to the statement include AustralianSuper, First State Super, VicSuper, BT Financial Group and Colonial First State Global Asset Management. The statement also called on governments to accelerate private sector investment into the low-carbon transition and to commit to improving climate-related financial reporting.

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