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Climate change ‘is a source of risk’ for superfunds, ASFA says in a new report, and renewables investments could help to mitigate this.
The commitment will give Rest exposure to Quinbrook-managed assets including the Supernode green data centre and will help it meet its net-zero fund targets.
Data centre platform DigitalEdge has secured a landmark green loan as it builds out a large project in Seoul.
Achieving standardisation in data remains the holy grail for infrastructure.
The need for sustainable infrastructure is obvious to many, but some managers must walk a tightrope to navigate the anti-ESG movement.
Managers face a difficult task in managing impacts beyond their direct operations.
Investors are under growing pressure to ensure developments are nature positive.
Better data, increased awareness and thoughtful regulations are needed around sustainable investing to drive more informed decisions, says our panel.
Aligning goals with the SDGs must be supplemented with more specific measurement frameworks.
Private markets managers are alarmed by the number of investors that have become mistrustful of sustainable investing, writes Niamh Smith. While they remain confident that ESG adds long-term value, communication needs to be improved.

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