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Investment trusts and climate change
'Green' investment trust managers survey the cracks in the investment landscape after the historic Paris climate change deal.
At the Paris climate change conference in December governments around the world pledged to cut consumption of fossil fuels in a bid to reduce global warming.
Managers of environmental investment trusts say if the targets set at ‘COP21’ are achieved they will shift the world to a low carbon economy over the coming decades, opening up a raft of companies to a wave of investment.
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by Gavin Lumsden on Oct 23, 2016 at 00:01