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  • Writer's pictureGustavo Bernal Torres

BlackRock’s 2030 Net-Zero Statement

BlackRock expects 75% of company and government assets to be net zero-aligned by 2030

  • The forecast covers emissions tied to 77% of its total assets at the end of September 2021, some $9.5 trillion, but excludes those such as municipal bonds for which there is currently no reliable data.

  • Setting a 2030 goal is a central requirement for members of the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative (NZAMI), a sector-wide group of money managers aiming to get to net-zero emissions across their assets. BlackRock joined the NZAMI in March 2021.



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