Stranded Assets - engage or divest?
In the second part of a round table on 'stranded assets', organised by Environmental Finance with support from HSBC, the Carbon Tracker Initiative and Climate Change Capital, participants discussed whether engagement or divestment is the best approach for institutional investors to deal with this risk.
Investors face up to a future of stranded assets
Recent studies have warned that a range of fossil fuel assets could become 'stranded' because of high extraction costs or regulations to curb climate change. In this round table, organised by Environmental Finance, with support from HSBC, the Carbon Tracker Initiative and Climate Change Capital, participants discussed the risk to investors.
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