'Bretton Woods II': Aviva Investors calls for financial system overhaul to prevent climate collapse

Cecilia Keating
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The World Bank building in Washington, DC | Credit: iStock
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The World Bank building in Washington, DC | Credit: iStock

Investment giant warns global financial system is currently driving its own destruction by bankrolling continued climate damage

Aviva Investors has this morning called for a radical shakeup of the financial architecture that underpins the global economy to stop financial players channelling funds into activities that are driving...

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