Will the green transition help or hinder economic expansion?

We are optimistic

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Ed Smith of Rathbone Investment Management
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Ed Smith of Rathbone Investment Management

A key question for investors over the first half of this century, and one for which there is a lot of diverging opinion out there, is whether the move toward net-zero carbon emissions will help or hurt economic growth.

Though the recent COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow had its disappointments, we remain hopeful that governments and businesses will avoid a negative impact from this transition by taking sufficient...

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