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Investors are ‘flying blind’ to the risk of climate litigation, academics warn

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The researchers have outlined five ways that climate-related legal risks could be assessed by investors and regulators (Photo: Bertholdbrodersen/Pixabay)

Researchers at the University of Oxford find that investors’ current climate risk assessments fail to account for a growing number of climate lawsuits

Investors are leaving themselves open to climate-related financial risk by failing to assess the likelihood that companies within their portfolio will face climate litigation, academics ...

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