“Responsible Investing is moving from a niche to a standardised environment.”
To reach the carbon neutrality objective by 2050, global clean energy spending has to increase to $4.5 trillion per year by 2030, with nearly half of this being dedicated to emerging markets. To support investments in clean energy infrastructure and technologies, the Inflation Reduction Act in the US and the Green Deal Industrial Plan in the EU aim to mobilise $400 billion in incentives and €300 billion in tax credits, respectively.
Sustainability issues will impact the economy, and our economic activities impact sustainability matters. Investors therefore need to address the investment context in a holistic manner to be profitable in the long run. While financial markets bear a higher level of complexity and uncertainty due to both the recent geopolitical and repeated extreme weather events, at Amundi we stand firm in our conviction that responsible investment delivers long-term value to our end-savers.
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