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Who's cashing in on the 'climate emergency'?

9 March 2021

6:00 PM

9 March 2021

6:00 PM

‘The climate transition presents a historic investment opportunity,’ says BlackRock CEO Larry Fink. ‘What the financiers, the big banks, the asset managers, private investors, venture capital are all discovering is: There’s a lot of money to be made in the creation of these new [green] jobs,’ chimes in presidential climate envoy John Kerry.

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Rupert Darwall is a senior fellow of the RealClear Foundation and author of Green Tyranny. A version of this article originally appeared on RealClearWire


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