Ilmarinen hopes that climate change is not being forgotten like it was in 2008

During the 2008 financial crisis, combating climate change was badly sidelined, but this time the importance and urgency of combating climate change will be better understood, believes Ilmarinen's Responsible Investment Analyst.

Ilmarinen's Responsible Investment Analyst Niina Arkko. | Photo: Ilmarinen/PR

The coronavirus pandemic has brought responsible investing to the top of people's agendas, believes Ilmarinen's Responsible Investment Analyst Niina Arkko.

"Workers' rights and supply chain practices, for example, are now important in overcoming the crisis," she says in Ilmarinen's podcast.

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