Unlocking net zero investment: Do we need COP26 at all?

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Taking steps to unlock the wall of capital looking to deliver the net zero transition will be the true test of policymaking success, writes Viridor's Tim Rotheray

Last month saw two very high-profile events. ExxonMobil shareholders voted to put three activist members on its board in light of concerns over historical inaction on climate. In the Netherlands, a court...

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