Al Gore calls on companies to 'do their fiduciary duty' and identify carbon risks in their portfolios.

This article titled “Al Gore: world is on brink of ‘carbon bubble'” was written by Fiona Harvey, environment correspondent, for theguardian.com on Friday 1st November 2013 01.08 UTC

The world is on the brink of the “largest bubble ever” in finance, because of the undisclosed value of high-carbon assets on companies’ balance sheets, and investment managers who fail to take account of the risks are failing in their fiduciary duty to shareholders and investors, Al Gore and his investment partner, David Blood, have said.

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