Carbon footprint is no guide to returns

Carbon footprint is no guide to returns
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A survey comparing the “carbon footprint” of 44 British investment and mutual funds has found that those funds invested in companies with high carbon dioxide emissions had failed to produce higher returns than those funds invested in companies with low emissions.

Guy Brighton
  • 12 june 2006

A survey comparing the “carbon footprint” of 44 British investment and mutual funds has found that those funds invested in companies with high carbon dioxide emissions had failed to produce higher returns than those funds invested in companies with low emissions.

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