SPDR ETFs offers a suite of broad equity exposures designed to reduce fossil fuel exposure, mitigate transition and physical risks, capture opportunities and evolve with the goals of the Paris Agreement. These funds offer investors a cost-effective way to decarbonize the core of their equity portfolios.
Climate change poses a significant systemic risk in investment portfolios. These risks will continue to affect almost all segments and industries — not just the obvious polluters. However, with climate risk also comes investment opportunity as the economy reworks against the impacts of climate change.
As a proven climate leader, we are helping our clients to transform their portfolios to lose the carbon but keep the returns. We have developed a range of equity ETFs to help you mitigate and adapt to climate change risks, and position your portfolio for the transition to the low carbon economy.
We know we need to act on climate change. The SPDR MSCI Climate Paris Aligned ETFs allow investors to decarbonise their portfolios in line with the Paris Agreement, adapting and evolving as economies adjust to the impact of climate change. Learn more about the funds with Rebecca Chesworth from SPDR ETFs and Saurabh Katiyar from MSCI.
The MSCI Climate Paris Aligned indices are designed to help investors seeking to implement net-zero strategies in their portfolios. The indices aim to address climate change in a holistic way, reducing exposure to physical and transition risks of climate change and increasing target exposure to sustainable investment opportunities. The indices are aligned with a 1.5°C temperature-rise scenario and incorporate the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) as well as the minimum requirements for the EU Paris Aligned Benchmark.
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