PRI Leader Calls on Institutional Investors to Take Climate Change Action (Chief Investment Officer)


The leader of the world’s largest responsible investment organization called Wednesday for institutional investors and governments to step up action on climate change or risk government action and unstable markets.

Fiona Reynolds, CEO of Principles for Responsible Investment, opened the group’s annual conference in San Francisco Wednesday with a warning.

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“If investors and governments do not ramp up their actions on climate change now, then they risk a more disruptive transition in the future as governments will be compelled to impose forceful measures, which could trigger a phase of market volatility,” she said.

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