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06 August 2021
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: Ignore climate change at your own risk, says BlackRock — green-energy transition will drive 25% output growth by 2040

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25/02/2021 - 21:34

Sitting out an orderly energy transition could mean forgoing economic growth potential of 25% over the next two decades, the world's largest fund manager, BlackRock, said Thursday.


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