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Sovereign investors tweaking portfolios for environmental risk

Norway, NZ, France leading the way as Paris climate agreement adds to pressure on investors

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Rising temperatures could lead to more violent storms and flooding, posing a threat to infrastructure and prime real estate, both favoured by sovereign investors.

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SOME sovereign investors are reducing their exposure to fossil fuels or seeking clean alternatives to protect their portfolios from rising environmental risk.

Norway's US$900 billion sovereign wealth fund (SWF) - itself financed by oil sales - and the New Zealand Super Fund

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