The momentum behind investor moves to address climate-related risks and opportunities in institutional portfolios continues to build.
The effects of fossil-fuel prices on portfolios look set to diminish as investors look to make their portfolios resilient to climate change risks.
Like it or not, oil and gas prices have a powerful impact on investors' portfolios — and not just on energy investments.
Since the 2015 Paris climate accord, top institutional investors have accepted climate change as a risk that must be addressed.
After a two-year hiatus, some alternative investment managers are increasing their energy investments.