Climate emergency: Why the City needs to join the Rebellion

Investment industry cannot avoid climate change cries any longer

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Protesters at the recent Extinction Rebellion demo in London. Photo: Rachel Steele
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Protesters at the recent Extinction Rebellion demo in London. Photo: Rachel Steele

Hopefully we all suffered some small inconvenience as a result of the Extinction Rebellion protest. Instead of grumbling, we should all be grateful for the wake-up call.

That includes the investment community. Yet some treat token action on climate change as a burden they unwillingly have to shoulder, while others are happy to pay lip service without delivering or having...

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