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ABP to introduce ‘carbon budget’ for asset managers

first_imgShe made clear, however, that the scheme would still divest holdings if engagement ultimately failed.At present, ABP has approximately €100bn invested in listed companies.Meijer reiterated that the scheme wanted governments to follow “stable policies” for the long term.“We want a pleasant and liveable world for our participants,” she said, “and this requires measures against climate change.”She called for the abolition of government subsidies for fossil-fuel energy, as well as a more effective means of pricing carbon.She also demanded “fair competition” between fossil and renewable energy.“Only then can we invest a larger share of Dutch pension assets in a way that counters climate change and contributes to a better world,” she said. ABP recently announced that, over the next five years, it plans to double its current €29bn stake in companies providing “solutions” to social and environmental problems, such as water scarcity, flooding, commodity shortages and waste processing. This commitment includes a fivefold increase in sustainable-energy investments to €5bn. ABP, the €345bn pension fund for Dutch civil servants, is to introduce a “carbon budget” for asset managers as a means of cutting equity-holding CO2 emissions by 25% over the next five years.Speaking at the climate summit in Paris, José Meijer, the scheme’s vice-chair, said ABP would add the carbon budget to the financial target and risk budgets for asset managers.By reducing ABP’s carbon allowance annually, the scheme hopes to encourage asset managers to tackle carbon emissions at polluting companies, as well as prioritise investments in “clean” companies.Meijer said ABP would redouble efforts to engage with companies that had the potential to increase their sustainability significantly.last_img read more


The Premier League’s top 10 dribblers this season revealed!

first_img 10 10 10 10 10 10 9. Yannick Bolaise (Crystal Palace) has attempted 59 dribbles in 12 appearances and 30 have been successful 10 4. Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) has attempted 88 dribbles in 13 appearances and 42 have been successful 10 7. Jefferson Montero (Swansea City) has attempted 68 dribbles in 12 appearances and 32 have been successful 8. Sadio Mane (Southampton) has attempted 55 dribbles in 13 appearances and 31 have been successful 10. Mousa Dembélé (Tottenham Hotspur) has attempted 34 dribbles in 10 appearances this season and 29 have been successful – find out which player comes in at 9th by clicking the arrow above Joint 1st. Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City) has attempted 68 dribbles in 13 appearances and 44 have been successful 6. Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) has attempted 41 dribbles in 13 appearances and 32 have been successful Now that the festive period is approaching, there are plenty of statistics to illustrate who is excelling in certain areas. Perhaps one of the most interesting, which has become somewhat of a rarity in recent seasons, is a perfectly executed dribble and how often – or little – it occurs.Regular talkSPORT contributors and statistics analysts WhoScored.com define a successful dribble as “taking on an opponent and successfully making it past them whilst retaining the ball”.We wanted to know which players had made the most successful dribbles so far this season and you can find the answer in the slideshow above.Take a look at the top 10 players with the most successful dribbles, so far, in England’s top flight this term.Statistics correct up to 23 November. Where players are level on total number of successful dribbles, the player with less attempts is ranked higher. 3. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) has attempted 70 dribbles in 12 appearances and 44 have been successful 5. Ross Barkley (Everton) has attempted 59 dribbles in 13 appearances and 33 have been successful 10 10 Joint 1st. Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) has attempted 68 dribbles in 13 appearances and 44 have been successfullast_img read more