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Reflections on Environmental Alpha


Institutional investors have not yet responded to climate change in a sufficiently forceful or systematic manner, writes Inflection Point CEO Dr Matthew Kiernan in the current issue of The Journal of Environmental Investing. Not enough investors are taking meaningful, concrete action of any kind, and even those that are doing so have so far invested in only a tiny subset of their total portfolio. On the positive side, investor awareness of climate change has increased exponentially in the six years since Kiernan contributed a chapter to Environmental Alpha: Institutional Investors and Climate Change, especially in Europe and Australia. But awareness has yet to catalyze action beyond a few hardy pacesetters

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