Go carbon neutral or get left behind, world's biggest money manager warns companies

By Thomson Reuters, CBC News, January 26, 2021

Larry Fink, chief executive of the world's biggest asset manager BlackRock , warned the companies it invests in on Tuesday they will need to show a game plan for surviving in a world aiming for net-zero carbon emissions by mid-century.

...To help investors prepare their portfolios for the transition to a net-zero economy, Fink flagged a number of fresh steps the asset manager would take, including, where possible, publishing scores for how its equity and bond funds are positioned to adapt to global temperature changes.



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