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Few events moved the needle on corporate climate policy like CEO Larry Fink’s warning, in January, that BlackRock considers climate change an investment risk. The world’s largest asset manager, with $7.3 trillion under management, has since begun pressuring companies to be transparent about their exposure to climate risks, and used its shareholder clout to oppose policies that are climate-unfriendly.
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