Banks Forgo Coal Fee Revenues And Make Environmental StandMark Melin
As the Paris climate summit heats up, with a key issue being reduction of worldwide coal consumption, Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo have joined with other large banks to reduce financing for certain firms who might be at the root of causation for global warming. The move comes as activist pressure on the issue is motivating politicians and the mining industry in general . . .
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