In collaboration with the University of Leeds, LTIIA Member Pinsent Masons is launching a campaign to enable trustees and investment managers to positively influence and manage climate risk. The cornerstone of their campaign is Pinsent Masons’ report entitled Managing Climate Risk in a Changing Environment: Key Questions for Trustees and Investment Managers.
In the absence of a standardised approach to climate risk management, this report surveys current approaches and aims to provide the investment community with the latest key questions to consider when making decisions.
Pinsent Masons will be welcoming Dr Emily Shuckburgh, climate scientist at the British Antarctic Survey, to speak at this breakfast briefing which will bring together an exclusive group of investment community stakeholders to discuss the issues and identify new ways of influencing positive change.
To register please click here.