Measuring the Temperature of Your Portfolio

As world leaders prepare to meet at COP26 with the aim of keeping global temperature rise well below 2°C — and preferably to no more than 1.5°C — above preindustrial levels, institutional investors are increasingly setting their own net-zero targets.1

But translating portfolio holdings into a temperature rise over the coming decades is no simple task. Nor are many companies aligned with net-zero targets. How can institutional investors measure the temperature of their portfolios?

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