Not for profit: Sarasin & Partners Ireland is keeping a keen eye on climate change shifts

When it comes to investing charity funds, investors want to know more about the climate change policies of the companies in which they invest.

31st May, 2015
Peter Ryan, head of charities, Sarasin & Partners Ireland

Irish investors have, like their international counterparts, been taking an increasing interest in the impact or role that their investee companies are having on climate change. While Ireland’s contribution to global Co2 emissions is small by the standards of the US and China, the effects of climate change in Ireland has been apparent and noticeable over recent years.

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