BlackRock goes green? Investment giant joins Climate Action 100+

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Move comes just a month after the firm was accused of being 'full of greenwash' by former US Vice President Al Gore

BlackRock yesterday became the latest signatory to Climate Action 100+, adding the substantial weight of its $6.8tr in assets under management to the investor engagement initiative that works to ensure...

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