How asset managers can make climate-friendly investments

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By Genevieve Edens, Peter Schultz, Ph.D., and Chris Steuer

Join the ICF Climate Center for an on-demand webinar with WaterEquity about a new, industry-leading climate framework that will help guide their investments and offer lessons learned for investors and other asset managers. They share how implementation of key aspects of their climate framework provides guidance to assess and manage the climate impacts and vulnerabilities of their investments.

Founded by award-winning entrepreneur Gary White and Matt Damon of and led by Paul O’Connell, WaterEquity is the first asset manager exclusively focused on solving the global water and sanitation crisis.

Learn about:

  • Screening investments for climate risks and greenhouse gas emissions.
  • WaterEquity’s climate framework.
  • Integrating WaterEquity’s climate framework into their broader ESG and impact strategies.
As investors increasingly look to make sustainable investments, they’re building and strengthening their ESG and impact strategies. 
Explore insights on how to drive low-emission transitions and build resilience against the effects of climate change.
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Meet the authors
  1. Genevieve Edens, Director, Impact and ESG, WaterEquity
  2. Peter Schultz, Ph.D., Vice President, Climate Adaptation and Resilience + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Peter helps companies and governments understand and address climate risks through science-based solutions with over 25 years of experience. View bio

  3. Chris Steuer, Senior Director, Climate Planning + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Chris is a climate change and sustainability professional with nearly 20 years of experience advising and guiding corporations, federal agencies, and higher education institutions on greenhouse gas accounting and management approaches, net-zero energy and emission strategies, and sustainable programs and solutions. View bio