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Mirova publishes low carbon investing guide

On the eve of COP 21, Mirova, Natixis Asset Management’s SRI (Social Responsible Investment) boutique, releases its latest study: “Investing for a low carbon economy“

The result of a close collaboration between Mirova’s research and management teams, this study analyses the challenges climate change poses to our societies from three points of view: understanding, action and accountability.

Mirova details in this study their comprehension of the issues raised by climate change, an overview of the investment solutions that they have identified, as well as the tools at their disposal to provide accountability for their actions and measure their impact.

Please read the document here.

About Mirova Mirova offers a global responsible investing approach involving Equities, Fixed Income, General and Renewable Energy Infrastructure, Impact Investing, and Voting and Engagement. It has €5.6 billion in assets under management and €42.9 billion in Voting and Engagement. Its team of circa 50 multidisciplinary experts include specialists in thematic investment management, engineers, financial and environmental, social and governance analysts, project financing specialists and experts in solidarity finance.
(1) Source : Mirova – 30/06/2015.

MIROVA
Mirova is a subsidiary of Natixis Asset Management
Limited liability company - Share capital € 7 461 327,50
Regulated by AMF under n°GP 02-014
RCS Paris n°394 648 216
Registered Office: 21 quai d’Austerlitz - 75 013 Paris
www.mirova.com

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