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UK CharitiesTalk: Cutting through the ESG jargon on climate change – highlights
Talk: Cutting through the ESG jargon on climate change - highlights
Hear highlights from a discussion on the importance of understanding the financial risks and opportunities of climate change with Andrew Parry, Newton's head of sustainable investment, and Professor Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Change at UCL.
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