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Storebrand featured in Hymans Robertson Discussion Paper on Climate Metrics

Storebrand has been included in Hymans Robertson's new report exploring how investors can better understand climate-related risks and opportunities.

Published 30.06.2021 by Hymans Robertson


"Climate Metrics: Chasing Rainbows?" explores the ever-increasing array of climate-related metrics and examines why they matter, how they should be used, their potential limitations and benefits.

The discussion paper features Storebrand Global ESG Plus as a case study on how climate metrics are used in the investment process. The Storebrand strategy analyses climate data to assess carbon emissions, identify climate solution companies, increase green revenues exposure and increase positions in companies committed to meeting the Paris Agreement goals with Science-Based Targets.   


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