Sir Mervyn King urged to tackle 'carbon bubble' risk

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Business leaders call on Bank of England governor to address "systemic risk" presented by valuations of high carbon firms

A group containing some of the UK's most influential green business leaders and campaigners has written to Bank of England governor Mervyn King, calling on him to address the "systemic" risk to financial...

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