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Infrastructure investors lack the means to measure physical climate risk

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Three-quarters of the respondents to the EDHEC survey think physical climate risk will have a ‘medium or high effect’ on their infrastructure investments (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images)

Infrastructure investors do not have the tools or the knowledge to assess the impact of physical climate risk on their portfolios, says the EDHEC research institute

A survey of infrastructure investors has revealed a lack of understanding over how physical climate risk will affect unlisted infrastructure assets.

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