Why the Financial Market Is Key to Solving Climate Change

Why the financial market is key to solving climate change

Nasdaq published this video item, entitled “Why the Financial Market Is Key to Solving Climate Change” – below is their description.

Emmi Founder & CEO Michael Lebbon joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq #TradeTalks to discuss why the financial market is key to solving climate change.

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In This Story: Climate Change

Climate Change is the name commonly given to the notion that the Earth is undergoing a changing climate as a result of human activity, including notable leaders, scientists and naturalists including Sir David Attenborough.

Climate change includes both the global warming driven by human emissions of greenhouse gases, and the resulting large-scale shifts in weather patterns.

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