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Insights on Sustainability
Charles Emond oversees more than $291 billion in investments around the world. He wants to see real action on climate change.
Jean Raby and Charles Emond oversee more than $1.7 trillion in investments worldwide. They want to see real action on climate change.
Long steeped in a sense of purpose, Japanese companies should naturally embrace ESG. But our analysis suggests they could be doing much more.
To America’s leaders, innovators, and changemakers: here’s how you can help build a low-carbon economy that is resilient, competitive, prosperous, and fair.
We can limit climate change and reduce carbon emissions to zero if leaders in key industries act now. Here’s an action plan to reach those ambitious targets.
The trading of carbon credits can help companies—and the world—meet ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Here is what it would take to strengthen voluntary carbon markets so they can support climate action on a large scale.
A new consultation paper from McKinsey and the World Economic Forum explores the role that natural climate solutions can play in helping to address climate change and the destruction of nature.
The voluntary carbon market is gaining momentum and plays an increasingly important role in limiting global warming. Here’s how.
Climate risk costs the United States billions each year. By acting now, state and local leaders can lessen the impact, invigorate economies, and steer the country to a prosperous low-carbon future.