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The Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP), a non-profit group that collects information about institutional investors' exposure to environmental risk, said investors are demonstrating an "extraordinary" level of complacency.For the third year running, AODP has compiled an index of the world's 500 largest investors and ranked them according to the level of effort they put towards mitigating climate change risk. The 232 investors that made no effort to recognize or address climate risk received a score of Z.Among the Z-rated investors are some of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, including the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, the Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan and the China Investment Corporation.Nine investors received a AAA rating, up from five in 2014 .
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