The asset management arm of BNP Paribas has moved to strengthen its policies on high-carbon investments, today announcing tighter exclusions on companies engaged in coal mining and power generation.
The French banking giant, which manages €399bn of assets, said coal combustion was the single largest source of global warming and must be curbed to keep the Paris Agreement on track. It also stressed...
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