A file photo of the Port of Los Angeles. Coastal infrastructure faces the greatest risk if no action is taken to improve the situation, with up to US$3.98 trillion in losses over a 15-year period. Photo: Reuters
A file photo of the Port of Los Angeles. Coastal infrastructure faces the greatest risk if no action is taken to improve the situation, with up to US$3.98 trillion in losses over a 15-year period. Photo: Reuters

Investors in two-thirds of companies listed globally risk losing US$8.4 trillion because of declining ocean health: WWF

  • Healthy and resilient oceans vital for long-term economic resilience, WWF’s finance practice leader says
  • At least 66 per cent of listed companies within MSCI index that covers around 99 per cent of all such firms globally, had a degree of dependency on the blue economy and the health of oceans, report says

Topic |   Business of climate change
A file photo of the Port of Los Angeles. Coastal infrastructure faces the greatest risk if no action is taken to improve the situation, with up to US$3.98 trillion in losses over a 15-year period. Photo: Reuters
A file photo of the Port of Los Angeles. Coastal infrastructure faces the greatest risk if no action is taken to improve the situation, with up to US$3.98 trillion in losses over a 15-year period. Photo: Reuters
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