Investors Are Key to Emission Targets, says Deutsche Bank Study

Almost $3,000bn in additional investment would be needed by 2020 to meet targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions set out in Europe and pending US legislation, Financial Times quoted from a report by Deutsche Bank Asset Management.“The question that needs to be addressed is: What is it that is going to bring in the investor community to solve the problem?”, Kevin Parker, global head of Deutsche Asset Management, is quoted as saying.

The study found that China, France and Germany were among the most reliable countries for environmental regulation because of strong incentives for curbing greenhouse gas emissions and a consistant approach to climate change.

Source: Financial Times

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