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動物性食品企業の気候変動リスクを理解する / Understanding the climate risks to animal-related food companies in portfolios

Thu, Feb 25, 2021 · 8:00 AM · London
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Responsible Investor x FAIRR
Understanding the climate risks to animal-related food companies in investment portfolios


- ポートフォリオ企業の気候変動リスクを理解するためにはどの様な情報が必要か?リスクの規模を理解し、対処するには何をすべきか?
- 急速に展開する政策、規制環境で、CO2高排出セクターや企業における移行リスクはどれほどなのか?
- 気候関連リスクのうち、最大の脅威はレピュテーションリスクなのか?
- これらのリスクは、タンパク質関連食品企業にどう現れてくるのか?
- これらのデータに基づく投資判断、議決権行使、エンゲージメントなど、責任投資家にとってのベストプラクティスとは?

The Japanese government’s 2050 net zero CO2 emissions goal is a response to the global climate emergency. The policy shift and its implications mean it is crucial for investors to understand climate related risks in their investment portfolios to evaluate the assets they hold. The Taskforce for Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) has started to prompt investors to broadly assess climate risk information in their holdings, and then look at kinds of future scenario analysis that is carried out already in the oil and gas sectors. But, there are still many challenges ahead for full and meaningful disclosure from corporates.

This webinar will explore the various approaches that institutional investors are taking to consider the complex risks associated with climate change in the light of policy responses. And with the FAIRR Initiative and other knowledgeable panellists, it will look specifically at the related climate risks of a large sector that is clearly exposed to change: animal-related (protein) food companies.

This webinar will be broadcast with English audio and Japanese subtitles.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
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カリフォルニア州職員退職年金基金 (CalPERS) 役員ガバナンス・サステナビリティ担当マネージング投資ディレクター / Managing Investment Director, Board Governance & Sustainability, California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS)
Anne is CalPERS’ Managing Investment Director for Board Governance & Sustainability, reporting to the CEO and responsible for strategic initiatives across the $430 billion fund. Anne leads CalPERS’ Sustainable Investment Strategy, which includes Climate Action 100+, a global investor alliance of over $52 trillion driving business action on climate change. Anne also leads CalPERS’ work on human capital management, including diversity & inclusion and financial markets advocacy.
Anne was recognized by TIME Magazine in 2019 as one of 15 women globally leading the fight on climate change and as one of the 100 Most Influential Women in US Finance by Barron’s in 2020. She is cited by the National Association of Corporate Directors as one of the 100 most influential leaders in the boardroom.
Anne has served on the SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee, PCAOB Investor Advisory Group and International Financial Reporting Standards Advisory Council. She is a member of the Robert F. Kennedy Leadership Council, Senior Advisory Board of the Center for Responsible Business at Haas Business School, and the Institute for Business and Society at UC Berkeley. She is also an editorial board member of the journal Directors & Boards.
Among her publications are “The Financial Ecosystem: The Role of Finance in Achieving Sustainability” (Palgrave MacMillan) with Satyajit Bose and Dong Guo, “Fair Shares: The Future of Shareholder Power and Responsibility” (Oxford University Press, with Jonathan Charkham”) and “The Greening of Global Investment: How the Environment, Ethics, and Politics are Reshaping Strategies” (The Economist Publications).
Prior to joining CalPERS, Anne served as Joint Managing Director of Pensions & Investment Research Consultants Ltd, and as a senior manager at the World Bank. She taught as a Senior Faculty Fellow and Lecturer, at the Yale School of Management and was the first Executive Director of the International Corporate Governance Network.
Anne studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics, at St Hilda’s College, Oxford University where she was awarded a BA and MA, plus a Slater Fellowship at Wellesley College, Massachusetts.
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三井住友トラスト・アセットマネジメント スチュワードシップ推進部 シニア・スチュワードシップ・オフィサー / Senior Stewardship Officer, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management
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FAIRRイニシアティブ UK・欧州地域 投資家アウトリーチ シニアマネジャー / Senior Manager, Investor Outreach – UK & Northern Europe, FAIRR Initiative
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Responsible Investor ストラテジックコンテンツ・ヘッド / Head of Strategic Content, Responsible Investor
Daniel is Head of Strategic Content having formerly been Editor of Responsible Investor from 2010-2020. Daniel was News Editor at Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE) from 2002 to 2007. Formerly he was Multimedia Editor, Europe for Bloomberg News where he was involved in programming the Bloomberg Forum interview series.
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