SIF 2023: Nature-related risks cannot be 'afterthought'

Nature and climate risks go hand-in-hand and must be tackled together

Martin Richmond
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L-R: Rhian-Mari Thomas, David Craig and Kerry King
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L-R: Rhian-Mari Thomas, David Craig and Kerry King

Investors must not regard nature-related risks in their investment portfolios as an ‘afterthought’ as the risks posed by the loss of the natural environment and climate change are ‘interlinked’, delegates at the Sustainable Investment Festival heard.

Speaking yesterday (15 June) during a panel at the event, Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) co-chair David Craig said investors may be focusing the majority of their time on ...

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