Investors urged to flex muscle in support of just transition

James Murray
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Investors urged to flex muscle in support of just transition

New report argues investors should engage with Just Transition risks in the same way as they are now engaging with environmental risks

Last week the global investor-led campaign to push leading companies to engage with climate-related risks secured yet another victory. Faced with a resolution backed by a group of investors with $32tr...

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