Valuing ESG risks, return potential in real assets

Infrastructure and urban and agriculture property assets expose investors to both the risks and the opportunities of climate change and other macro-economic challenges. By investing in companies and projects that actively measure and manage the risks of climate change, institutional asset owners can mitigate their own exposure to risks, and potentially unlock a variety of financial benefits in the opportunities that come with a changing global climate.

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