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In a discussion on the changing relationship between asset owners and managers when it comes to integrating ESG, panellists including PGGM's Arjen Pasma at this year's PRI Digital Conference emphasised the importance of collaboration, long-term goals and being very specific in mandates. The post Asset owners need to spell out mandate details for ESG integration appeared first on Top1000Funds.…
At the group’s upcoming meeting in Rome, many member governments will press for more ambitious action to address climate change. But these governments must also be prepared to call out the climate laggards, starting with the United States.
While regime change in China is not impossible, it is not likely, and would almost certainly not lead to Western-style democracy if it occurred. Given this, the US should be seeking to mitigate the security threat China poses through collective security arrangements, not attempting to cause regime change.
Climate Conferences and ESG Goals
The 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference of the Parties (a.k.a. COP26) will take place Oct 31-Nov 12 in Glasgow, Scotland. It is an opportunity for parties across the globe to align towards the goals within the Paris Agreement and to inspire action on climate ch
Ahead of COP26, Allianz's Oliver Baete and Enel's Francesco Starace join a panel discussion at the PRI's annual conference on what policy makers urgently need to achieve. They are concerned the climate conference won’t bring the change that is needed to tackle the environmental emergency.
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Following its underwhelming response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the damaging “Doing Business” scandal, the World Bank should focus on getting money to poor countries. Here, the Bank can distinguish itself by providing governments with both concessional loans and untied aid.