Fast food firms failing to effectively confront climate-related risks, investor coalition warns

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Investors are urging fast food firms to take in hand their climate impacts
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Investors are urging fast food firms to take in hand their climate impacts

The investor coalition representing $11.4tr in assets wants several of the world's biggest fast food companies to act to reduce their exposure to climate- and environment-related risk

An investor coalition calling on some of the world's largest fast food chains to take concrete action to tackle their climate impact has succeeded in securing a series of emissions reduction and water...

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