Not so green machine? Questioning commodities’ credentials

As ESG investors eye commodities, issues around measurement and management are unearthed

As Covid-19 started to dominate global attention, António Guterres, secretary-general of the UN, called on leaders not to lose sight of the threats posed by climate change. His message seems to have landed – to date, 191 countries have committed to the Paris Agreement, which aims to keep global temperature growth below 2°C versus pre-industrial levels – and after a short absence, the US has rejoined the agreement.

The move towards embracing low emissions has had a powerful impact on investment

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