JPMorgan pulls back from coal funding citing climate risks

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JPMorgan pulls back from coal funding citing climate risks

Bank will pull out of new coal mining projects, as well as new coal plants in high income countries

JPMorgan Chase has become the latest banking giant to announce a retreat from investment in the embattled global coal industry. In the latest version of its environmental and social policy, the bank...

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