Climate action: It's business, not morality

Incentive is now clear

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Will Goodhart, chief executive, CFA UK
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Will Goodhart, chief executive, CFA UK

The moral imperative to act on climate change isn’t new. Since the 1970s, climate research has warned of the impact global warming could have on the planet and called for coordinated action to address it.

Almost five decades later, as COP26 takes place in Glasgow, the demand for meaningful action to address the climate crisis is intense. The anticipation ahead of COP26 was greater than it has been before...

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