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This blog piece reiterates how studies around climate change and how they do not negatively affect a nation’s GDP are largely inconsistent, particularly when considering the variations among developed and developing nations economies and climate regimes. It highlights that climate change action strategies is a necessary pathway to increasing economic development, rather than limiting it, and that it has co-benefits for addressing existing socio-economic issues. It facilitates an important conversation around the role of investors and other private stakeholders in driving these strategies, and how they are all part of the larger climate investing movement.

To read more: Truth or Tale – Does Climate Change Reduce Economic Growth?