LGIM’s climate modelling shows ‘point of no return’ in 2025

Cost of limiting global warming to 1.5°C will become too great for economy within 36 months

Nick Stansbury
Nick Stansbury, LGIM

Greenhouse gas emissions must drop by the middle of this decade to stand any chance of limiting global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, according to the head of climate solutions at the UK’s largest investment manager.

“We are 36 months away from the point of no return,” Legal & General Investment Management’s (LGIM) Nick Stansbury told a panel at the Risk Live Europe conference today (June 28).

“Every year increases the slope of the line. The steeper the line, the greater the

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