World's biggest money manager sees profit potential in climate change action
BlackRock manages more money for investors than anyone else on Earth. So when the company announced this week it would start adjusting its investment strategies to factor in the costs of climate change, Wall Street took notice. In today's episode of Front Burner, we speak with business professor Sarah Kaplan about just how much of an impact this could have on the company's bottom line — or whether it's just more hot air from an industry obsessed with short-term profits over long-term sustainability.
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