Large pension, superannuation and other asset management funds [and of course governments, scientific organisations and businesses] need to constantly review their due diligence activities as applied to the science, economics and finance of everything, e.g. global warming.
Have the directors of these funds actually examined the scientific, economic and financial evidence on the global warming hypothesis?
Have the directors done anything other than listen to argumentative evidence free noise from 'authority'? Have they properly evaluated the actual evidence as applied to the science, economics and finance of global warming?
We can assist the directors of the large pension, superannuation and other asset management funds to ensure they have fully 'hedged their bets' in relation to their due diligence obligations and in particular to climate change of whatever sign [cooling or warming] which occurs next.