A look at the climate change and the financial risks as the world transitions to cleaner energy

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Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung of the Sergey Paltsev MIT Joint Program on Science and Policy of Global Change discusses the financial risks behind becoming a net-zero nation.

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In This Story: Brian Cheung

Brian Cheung is an on-air reporter covering the Federal Reserve, economics, and banking for Yahoo Finance. He previously wrote for S&P Global Market Intelligence and, prior to that, worked at the Federal Reserve.

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