Investors would do well to consider environmental factors, S&P’s Michael Wilkins tells the ICC

ICCAs world leaders meet in Paris, many are looking to their governments to drive the fight against climate change and contribute to the transition to a low-carbon global economy.

To this end, directing future investment away from fossil fuel-based energy projects towards clean, green energy alternatives will be key, says Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance and Head of Environmental Research at Standard and Poor’s, in an article for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He points out that as climate-related risks are increasingly being factored into credit ratings, investors would do well to take notice.

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