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Corporate eco-activists raise the stakes

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

‘Little more than market hype, PR spin and disingenuous promises’. Last week’s Economist magazine featured this dismissal of corporate environmental pledges by the former head of sustainability at Blackrock, the world’s biggest climate-obsessed asset manager, concluding that the heavy pressure on the corporate world from activist bodies like Climate Action has resulted in ‘corporate pledges coming thick and fast…[but these] do not seem to result in much change’.

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