Investors reactions to French gov't carbon neutrality proposals

Elisabeth Reyes
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At the end of April this year, the French government put forward proposals to achieve carbon neutrality ( as part of the country's ongoing response to climate change targets set out in the Paris Agreement, and intended to institute change in the country's energy sector. Responding to the proposal, Guillaume Di Pizio, CIO, Dauphine Asset Management, says the idea would need to be done consistently with other countries. "Electricity output is generated 72% by nuclear power and 17% by alternatives, and as a result France is in the top five OECD countries, emitting ...

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