ESG: Interview - Julian Poulter of The Inevitable Policy Response on ‘disorderly transition’

Julian Poulter

It is hard to stay positive about the climate transition when listening to Julian Poulter. The head of investor relations at Inevitable Policy Response (IPR), the climate policy forecast run by the Principles for Responsible Investment, has been working on climate change since 2009, when he was CEO of the Asset Owners Disclosure Project. But while many green-finance veterans are giddy about the snowballing interest in net zero, Poulter is feeling less bullish.

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