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The materiality of climate change - How finance copes with the ticking clock
 
 
UNEP 2009 Price: USD $20.00
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The third iteration of the UNEP FI Asset Management Working Group’s ground-breaking “Materiality  Series,” which started in 2004 with “The Materiality of Social, Environmental and Corporate  Governance Issues to Equity Pricing” and followed in 2006 by “Show Me The Money: Linking  Environmental, Social and Governance Issues to Company Value”, exclusively tackles climate  change.

The full version of the 2009 report, “The Materiality of Climate Change – How finance copes  with the ticking clock”, was launched at the UNEP FI Global Roundtable in Cape Town, South Africa, in October 2009 just weeks before the critical UN Climate Change Conference in  Copenhagen, which will determine the post-Kyoto Protocol regime. The report provides a  comprehensive review of key financial analyst and academic research on climate change in order to  accelerate the integration of climate change risks and opportunities into fundamental financial  analysis and practice. It includes expert commentary on a wide range of climate change issues, from US engagement and the EU agenda, the BRIC economies and carbon intensive sectors, to  carbon capture and storage, energy efficiency, adaptation, and supply chains. It demonstrates yet another robust example of why it is vital for the financial markets that policymakers seal a fair,  balanced and effective global deal.

 
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