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What will RI look like in 2025?

24 Nov, 2021 | Return|

From the necessity of science based targets in addressing climate change, to the role of pensions in influencing change, three industry experts offer their predictions on what the Responsible Investment landscape may look like in 2025.

Speaking at our second Responsible Pathway event, Clive Emery of Invesco, Sonja Laud of Legal & General Investment Management and Lloyd McAllister of Newton Investment Management share their thoughts on the where the world may be in 2025. Watch the short video, or take a look at the key take aways below:

  • Moving your pension is 21 times more effective than becoming vegan or never flying again on your carbon footprint, according to a study from the Make My Money Matters campaign.

  • Future climate scenarios may see further volatility in the energy markets.

  • Governments around the world will begin mandating the use of science based targets to address climate change.

  • The integration of ESG considerations into the investment decision making process will become a standard across asset managers.


To hear more insights like this, join us our next Responsible Pathway events taking place in January and February 2022. For more information, and to register, click here.  


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