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Asset owners can play a crucial role as 'change agents' to revitalise stewardship and drive climate policy engagement, writes Leanne Clements.
As tax rises up the agenda of responsible investors, Jaime Boswell and Natasha Turner outline how to spot good practice and which red flags to engage with.
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Hiding behind perceived data gaps prevents progress and creates transition risks for investors, says TNFD co-chair David Craig.
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Emerging markets need transition finance to accelerate decarbonisation. Chaitra Nayak outlines what is needed to support this mobilisation in India.
Investors need to ask what a serious agriculture transition strategy could entail, says RI's guest columnist.
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There is a fundamental problem in the idea of science-based targets for individual companies, writes Simon Glynn.
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Canada's unique forest ecosystem should be top of mind for investors travelling to Toronto for PRI in Person, writes Canbury's Emmy Shaw.
RI's Transition Finance Focus: Maria Nazarova-Doyle of IFM Investors highlights the opportunities for infrastructure investors in high-emitting sectors such as transport.
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Microfinance's loss of focus should serve as a warning for proponents and practitioners of climate finance, writes Simon Glynn.
In the second part of RI's Transition Finance Focus, Deborah Gordon and Elizabeth Harnett of RMI say financing for the energy transition needs systems thinking to address rising global demand.

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