BlackRock reveals how it could make it easier for investors to ditch fossil fuels

Jessica Shankleman
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The world's largest asset manager is considering launching a fossil fuel free fund, as Prince of Wales warns about potential impact of climate change on investments

BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, is working on plans for a fossil fuel-free product for launch next year, in a move that provides further evidence concerns about a so-called 'carbon bubble'...

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