Gore teams up with former GSAM head to launch climate change asset manager

Prioritise tackling climate change

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Al Gore's new firm is called Just Climate
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Al Gore's new firm is called Just Climate

Former US vice-president, Al Gore, has teamed up with the former head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), David Blood, to launch a new asset manager, which will prioritise tackling climate change.

The new firm, Just Climate, says its mission is to achieve the limiting of global temperature rise to 1.5°C by "directing and scaling capital towards the most impactful climate solutions". Blood told...

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