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Focus - COP 21,The Force Awakens

18.12.2015 | Energy Transition/Climate Change

After four years of hard work, the COP21 has culminated in a climate agreement that was accepted by 195 countries. This agreement is the first to involve all world economies in the fight against climate change. Beyond the pledges made by the governments, the COP 21 also aimed to highlight solutions that are backed by the private sector.

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Risking It All - An introduction to Climate Risk and Energy Scenarios

16.04.2019 | Energy Transition/Climate Change

Should we fail to limit temperature rise to 2°C, climate change will wreak havoc and lead to vast costs. Investors that understand the tools for measuring how their assets interact with the climate will be better prepared to manage climate risks, seize opportunities, and create impact. This study examines climate risk and a related tool available to investors: energy scenarios.

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Sustainable Energy - A focus on Utilities

03.09.2018 | Energy Transition/Climate Change

This document is part of a series published by Mirova to illustrate our approach to sustainability sector-by-sector. We aim to address solutions, risks, and how we optimize impact through investment. This eighth paper focuses on environmental, social and governance issues in the Utilities sector.

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Green goes the growth

31.05.2018 | Energy Transition/Climate Change

The transition from a carbon-intensive and ecosystem-destroying extractive economy to a green economy has begun. Green growth, which creates environmental value first, will also contribute to the creation of economic and shareholder value.

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Sustainable Energy - A focus on Industrial Equipment

06.04.2018 | Energy Transition/Climate Change

This document is part of a series published by Mirova to illustrate our approach to sustainability sector-by-sector. We aim to address solutions, risks, and how we optimize impact through investment. This fourth paper focuses on environmental, social and governance issues of industrial equipments.

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