JP Morgan Chase to restrict Arctic oil and coal lending

James S Murray
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JP Morgan Chase to restrict Arctic oil and coal lending

Banking giant set to unveil beefed up climate investment policies at annual investor day

JP Morgan Chase is set to become the latest global banking giant to restrict lending to the most carbon intensive fossil fuel projects. According to various media reports, the US investment bank will...

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