Schroders forecasts slowdown in global warming - but it's not time to celebrate yet

Madeleine Cuff
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A surge in electric car sales has prompted Schroders to revise down its predictions for global temperature rises
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A surge in electric car sales has prompted Schroders to revise down its predictions for global temperature rises

Surge in public concern over climate change and spike in electric vehicle sales, but fossil fuel investment remains a headache

The world's future climate prospects have brightened marginally since the start of the year thanks to accelerating electric vehicle sales and a surge in public concern over global warming. That's according...

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