Investors managing $41tr of assets call for bolder national climate plans

Cecilia Keating
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Climate change threatens investors bottom lines
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Climate change threatens investors bottom lines

Appeal is billed as biggest climate campaign ever mounted by investors after firms responsible forr roughly 37 per cent of all global assets under management sign up

More than 450 investors managing $41tr in assets have teamed up to urge world leaders to step up their climate ambition in what has been billed as the "strongest-ever investor call" for governments to...

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