Davos 2022

Transforming high-emitting assets is hard, but private equity could help

Private equity can play a role in decarbonizing high-emitting assets in sectors such as energy, aviation and shipping. Image: Unsplash/@marekpiwnicki

Shrinal Sheth
Project Lead, Financial Innovation, World Economic Forum
Meagan Andrews
Community Curator, Investors Industries, World Economic Forum
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While many are still investigating what net zero means for them, private equity might help with decarbonizing high-emitting assets.
While many are still investigating what net zero means for them, private equity might help with decarbonizing high-emitting assets. Image: 2022 Robeco Global Climate Survey

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