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Investors offer emissions carrot

February 2010

Some of the world’s largest investors have said they will reward countries with strong climate change policies by investing within their boundaries.

A statement released at the United Nations Investor Summit on Climate Risk by 191 US, European and Australian institutional investors representing £13,000billion ($21,000bn, €14,900bn) in assets, said the idea would be to incentivize countries to act despite the failure of the international agreement on climate change at Copenhagen last year.

United Nations | Global | Climate change

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