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Wellington’s focus on climate change stems from the conviction that costs associated with decarbonizing the global economy and building resilience to physical climate risks will affect asset prices, with potentially signficant consequences for the portfolios we manage on behalf of our clients. At the same time, the climate-related investment opportunity set continues to expand.
In this year’s Climate Report, in accordance with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), we provide an update on our climate research and engagement efforts, governance and risk oversight, climate-focused investment offerings (which we have extended to alternatives, including private markets), and industry leadership activity. We also share progress on our efforts to lower our operational carbon footprint.
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When extreme weather becomes the norm: what’s next for climate investors?
Climate investors can play a crucial role in accelerating mitigation and adaptation solutions. But finding investable opportunities requires a deep understanding of the climate investing landscape.
WellSaid: The economic significance of biodiversity
In this short clip from his WellSaid podcast interview, Dr. Zach Zobel of Woodwell Climate Research Center discusses the economic importance of coral reefs — lynchpins of marine biodiversity and vital to fishing, tourism, and other industries.
Is your asset allocation ready for the realities of climate change?
Our Investment Strategy Team shares key findings from the research behind their climate-aware strategic asset allocation (SAA) approach, including challenges and trade-offs that asset owners should understand.
Designing a climate-aware strategic asset allocation
Members of our Investment Strategy Team explain how they incorporate climate metrics into their asset allocation optimization process. They also discuss implementation — the choice of specific climate-aware building blocks and strategies to express the desired asset allocation.