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01/21/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 01/21/2020 17:45

Climate Change Is Reshaping the Investment Landscape

Key Takeaways:

  • While progress has been made in combatting the income and wealth gap, it may not be happening fast enough to stop an economic slowdown.
  • With a lack of criteria for environmentally and socially responsible investing, the onus is on policy makers to enact economic incentives to drive change.
  • Unless we act quickly, the UN's sustainable development goals will be impossible to reach by 2030, and more likely by 2100.
  • If there is an environmental tipping point it won't be possible to wait until then.

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