Asset Owners See Trump’s Paris Exit as Speed Bump, Not Brick Wall, for Climate Risk Progress

Pensions & Investments

Managing director Liqian Ma explains sophisticated investors understand that the United States’ involvement – one way or the other – in the Paris climate accord should not impact the ESG and climate change conversations and investment strategies that they are discussing or exploring.

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Read the Cambridge Associates research paper cited in the article, “Risks and Opportunities From the Changing Climate: Playbook for the Truly Long-Term Investor.”

Read more insights from Cambridge Associates on how investors should think about incorporating climate change goals into their investment portfolio in lieu of the Paris climate accord. “Considerations for ESG Policy Development” includes a short paper and sample language for an investment policy, published by Cambridge Associates and the Intentional Endowments Network.