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
The investor voice on climate solutions

IIGCC brings investors together to use their significant collective influence to engage with policymakers on national, EU and international regulations which will accelerate the shift to a low carbon economy. 

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.

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

IIGCC is a network of 100 members, including some of the largest pension funds and asset managers in Europe, who represent nearly €10 trillion in assets and take a pro-active approach to managing risks and opportunities related to climate change. 

Featured Publications

Featured Publications

Member Events

Member Events

  • 07 May 2015, Stockholm

    50 Shades of Green carbon foot print workshop

    In partnership with SweSIF, IIGCC will hold its seminar on the various options for measuring the carbon footprint of a common global equities portfolio. This will be an opportunity to discuss experiences with investors on comparing carbon intensity against a benchmark and aggregating indicators at portfolio level.

  • 12 May 2015, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, 14 rue Bergère – 75009 Paris

    Launch of EEFIG final report on Energy Efficiency

    Ahead of the UN Convention on Climate Change 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris this December, and in the context of the European Union’s discussion on the “Juncker Plan”, BNP Paribas Investment Partners is hosting the French launch of the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group’s (EEFIG) final report: “Energy Efficiency – the first fuel for the EU Economy."