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The £57bn pension has an ambitious target to reach net zero by 2035. CEO Morten Nilsson urges investors in private markets to help by gathering more extensive carbon data.
Private markets investors need to strive for ‘consistent and thorough private market data’, writes Teresa O’Flynn, global head of sustainable investing at BlackRock Alternative Investors.
Mid-market private equity is the right vessel to 'spearhead ESG outcomes', writes Rory Lonergan, executive director of Australian government-owned investor Clean Energy Finance Corporation.
The new US president’s environmental agenda and plans for a ‘clean energy revolution’ could provide added impetus for ESG strategies in private markets.
Climate change is taking centre stage as funds move to measure emissions and integrate changes so they are maintained post-exit.
Investors, especially pension schemes with young beneficiaries, are starting to ask more of their managers when it comes to climate strategy.
Aware Super’s senior portfolio manager, Jenny Newmarch, explains how the Australian super fund is engaging with managers on climate change.
As another investor alliance is created, we should be getting clear roadmaps to action at the point of announcement.
The roadmap makes 37 recommendations for participants in the financial system that will help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and go further than government policy.
The group, which includes some of the world's largest private equity and infrastructure firms, pledges to share knowledge on climate-related risks and 'improve the resilience' of long-term investment portfolios.

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