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Editor’s note: banks' climate litigation risk and net zero disclosures

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The worsening impacts of climate change will lead to increased litigation, warns ECB board member Frank Elderson (Photo: Anthony Brown/Dreamstime)

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Today we focus on banking. You may have seen our piece yesterday afternoon about the European Central Bank’s Frank Elderson warning lenders about the risk posed by the growing numbers of climate lawsuits. Elderson, who is an ECB ...

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