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Emma Howard Boyd recently attended the opening of the London Stock Exchange with the Archbishop of Canterbury to mark the 2nd anniversary of the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI).  TPI was co-founded in January 2017 by the Environment Agency Pension Fund (EAPF) and the Church of England Investing Bodies, creating an online tool to monitor how individual companies are planning to reduce their carbon emissions.

The initiative is aimed at investors and assesses companies’ preparedness for the transition, supporting efforts to address climate change and it also informs investor research to support company engagement.

The initiative has grown from strength to strength with support from 30 asset owners and managers with over £7 trillion asset under management.

TPI also launched its latest analysis of the world’s largest and highest-emitting public companies in three sectors at the heart of climate change: coal mining, electricity and oil and gas. You can read the document here.

Read more on TPI here.

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