Storebrand joins multiple institutions to criticise IEA on emissions weaknesses

Jonathan Boyd
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Storebrand, the Norwegian institutional investor and provider of funds for both institutional and retail investment funds, has criticised the International Energy Agency over its recent World Energy Outlook report, suggesting that it does not go far enough to support the objectives of the Paris Agreement intended to limit the effects of climate change. Odd Arild Grefstad, CEO of Storebrand, said: "The IEA needs to provide better tools for governments, investors and companies to align policies, investments and business strategies with the Paris Agreement." "The IEA has the opportunity ...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.