At COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, many promises were made. Now investors are closely watching governments and companies to see how they take concrete action. Could climate disclosures become mandatory in the U.S. as they have in the UK? Or could voluntary disclosures converge around a single standard? And how can investors assess corporate decarbonization plans and engage on improving them? In this special episode of Disruptive Forces, Jonathan Bailey, Head of ESG Investing, sits down with Mindy Lubber, President and CEO of Ceres, and a member of Neuberger Berman’s ESG Advisory Council, to demystify the regulatory and corporate climate landscape, as well as discuss what it means for asset managers’ ability to act on climate change and invest in line with net-zero emissions.
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