Why plans to buy Asia's coal plants will benefit Wall Street | Counting the Cost
Al Jazeera, 09 Oct 2021
Institutional investors have poured $1 trillion into companies operating in the coal industry. The United States accounts for 58 percent of that total.
Now, the Asian Development Bank and British insurer Prudential plan to buy coal plants in Asia and shut them down over the next 10-15 years. Lucie Pinson, the executive director of Reclaim Finance, explains who stands to benefit.
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