Avoiding carbon risk already better for the pocket, ranking reveals

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Avoiding carbon risk already better for the pocket, ranking reveals

ET Index 2016 ranking shows the least carbon intensive firms are already outperforming those with the highest carbon intensity

It has long been suspected that more environmentally sustainable companies are better run and therefore represent a better investment. But now more evidence has been added to the growing library of research...

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