One hundred percent of institutional investors intend to increase their low-carbon investment allocations over coming years, but policy uncertainty and lack of investable deals are critical barriers to fulfilling these intentions, according to a new report by the Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC).
IGCC surveyed 19 participants – 13 asset owners and six fund managers – with more than for the survey of investor appetite in Australia. Every one of them said they intend to invest in green assets.
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