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How much do investors care about carbon emissions? A new study sheds light

Why carbon emissions are becoming a concern to investors and companies.

Why carbon emissions are becoming a concern to investors and companies. Image: Unslpash/Chris LeBoutillier

Houdou Basse Mama
Professor of Finance and Chair in International Financial Markets , ESCP Business School (Berlin campus)
Rahel Mandaroux
Post-doc researcher, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
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