The investor voice on climate solutions
The investor voice on climate solutions

IIGCC is a network of more than 120 members, including some of the largest pension funds and asset managers in Europe, who represent nearly €13 trillion in assets and take a pro-active approach to managing risks and opportunities related to climate change. 

The investor voice on climate solutions
The investor voice on climate solutions

IIGCC provides investors with the collaborative platform to encourage public policies, investment practices and corporate behaviour that address long-term risks and opportunities associated with climate change. 

The investor voice on climate solutions - IIGCC Blog
The investor voice on climate solutions - IIGCC Blog

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The investor voice on climate solutions
The investor voice on climate solutions

IIGCC offers opportunities to deepen investor understanding of climate risks and opportunities to ensure that these are reflected in investment practices which will preserve and enhance long-term investment value. 

Featured Publications

Featured Publications

Member Events

Member Events

  • 20 September 2016, Webinar

    Investor Expectations of Electric Utilities Companies – Corporate engagement webinar

    Investor webinar "The energy system is in transition". Learn about the risks to the electric utilities sector from advancing climate policies, technology advancement and changing nature of consumer demand. Investors have outlined expectations to set a common agenda with companies in the latest Investor Expectations guide. Learn how these have been translated into engagements and resolutions to companies

  • 10 October 2016, Institution of Civil Engineers, London

    Chatham House Climate Change Conference 2016

    The 20th annual Chatham House Climate Change conference on 10 and 11 October 2016 will explore issues including: the implications of the Paris outcome for capital investment, innovation and planning in the public and private sectors; the outlook for hydrocarbon prices and the implications for low-carbon policies in developed and developing countries; how $1 trillion of investment in clean energy can be mobilized.