To succeed in a changing climate, investors must understand their exposure to climate risk and the investment opportunities that will arise during the transition to a low-carbon global economy. Designed and led by Deputy Director Alicia Seiger, the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance’s Investing in a New Climate roundtable series aims to help asset owners develop climate-wise portfolio management strategies. The events in this series bring together investors, Stanford faculty and researchers, and best-in-class practitioners, to engage in a fact-based, action-oriented conversation.
Participating investors will:
- develop a conceptual framework to incorporate climate science, policy, and innovation into investment decisions,
- gain exposure to portfolio strategies, data sources, and tools to assess climate exposure,
- survey the landscape of available investment opportunities,
- and build a community of climate-wise investors.
See below for upcoming and past program details.
December 7-8, 2016, Stanford: How University Endowment Investors Can Capitalize on Climate Opportunities and Risks
- Program agenda and briefing book
- Discussion summary (includes a list of questions for asset managers)
June 3, 2015, New York City: How Pension Fund Investors Can Capitalize on Climate Opportunities and Risks
February 25 – 26th 2015, Stanford: How Family Offices Can Capitalize on Climate Opportunities and Risks
- Program agenda and recommended reading list (includes links to presentations)
- Workshop Summary
- PDF of workshop briefing book (note: the two documents below were published after the book was printed)
- The Landscape of Climate Exposure for Investors, Climate Policy Initiative, February 24, 2015 (updated August 20, 2015)
- Climate Exposure Impact on Equity Valuation: Case Study of Vail Resorts, Donna Bebb, February 24, 2015