SDG 13: Climate Action

Forget 2050, investors should demand action now on oil and gas

The most successful firms will balance the cash flow to shareholders with appropriate investments in the transition away from oil and gas. Image: Zybnek Burival for Unsplash

Ben Ratner
Associate Vice President , Environmental Defense Fund
Erin Blanton
Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University
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