It takes patience to engage with companies within the energy sector, but in order to bring about real change, investors should commit to this instead of opting out, says Schroders Senior Client Director Senait Asgede, who works at the Stockholm office.
"We believe that there is a better way to make change by engaging than divestment. Investors should be holding companies to account by actively engaging with them to influence their behavior rather than washing their hands of the situation," Asgede notes.
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