Justine Schafer

Climate Economist

Justine Schafer
Justine is a Climate Economist in LGIM’s Climate Solutions team, helping devise metrics to measure climate exposure and impact. She joined LGIM in 2021 from Vivid Economics, a consultancy focused on ‘putting economics to good use’, where she worked on quantifying the risks and opportunities from climate change for the financial and resource-extraction sectors. Justine graduated from McGill University with a BA in Economics and Finance and from the London School of Economics with an MSc in Economics.

Other articles by Justine Schafer

The miner role with major consequences
ESG and long term themes

The miner role with major consequences

To what extent should investors respond to the world's climate challenge through engagement and t...
By Nick StansburyJustine Schafer
05 Apr 2022
4 min read
Climate action must include adaptation
Justine Schafer
ESG and long term themes

Climate action must include adaptation

Our view on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, which makes for...
By Justine Schafer
01 Mar 2022
2 min read
Climate change evidence ‘unequivocal’: inaction not an option at COP26
Justine Schafer
ESG and long term themes

Climate change evidence ‘unequivocal’: inaction not an option at COP26

Less than three months remain until the UK hosts the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, known as...
By Justine Schafer
17 Aug 2021
2 min read

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