Study: Corporate climate inaction could wipe $150bn a year off financial markets

Cecilia Keating
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Researchers warn economy has already reached a point where an orderly transition to net zero 'might not even be possible'

Every year that oil and gas, power, coal, and car companies fail to take rapid action to align their operations with global climate goals post-2026 could wipe $150bn off financial markets. That is according...

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