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31 March headlines
- EQ Investors – Key considerations for 2017
- The recommendations on Climate-related Financial Disclosures from the Bank of England is welcomed by Impax
- Protest Outside Bank of England to Demand “QE For People”
- Mark Carney Delivers A Speech On Resolving The Climate Paradox
- Divide Highlighted Between Resilient Consumers and Nervous Businesses
Shell cynically blocking action on climate change, says ex-diplomat
Shell and its oil and gas peers are narcissistic, paranoid and psychopathic, and engaged in a cynical attempt to block action on global warming, according to the UK’s former climate change envoy. Guardian.
Falling cost of solar offers solace after halving of oil price
For decades, energy in the Arab world has been synonymous with oil. But this is set to change. Investors and energy experts says that a combination of factors mean the region’s other plentiful energy resource – the sun – could become an important contributor of power. Financial Times.
Bank of England’s new stress test to include China slowdown and eurozone crash
The Bank of England’s latest stress test of the country’s biggest lenders will consider how the banks would cope under a global downturn centred on Asia that led to a fresh eurozone crisis, the worst spell of deflation since the 1930s and nearly two years of recession. Telegraph.
Anglican church must divest fossil fuels to cope with climate crisis, bishops say
An influential group of bishops have called on Anglican churches to remove their investment from fossil fuel companies that are driving climate change. Guardian.
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